Trans-Oil Group On The Attack On The Danube Storages And Ports Press Release

Trans-Oil Group On The Attack On The Danube Storages And Ports Press Release

Ukraine, Reni, 24th of July 2023 -  In the early hours of the morning, Russian drones launched a four-hour attack on the Ukrainian Danube ports of Reni and Ismail. Ukrainian officials declared that 15 Shahed-136 drones were launched overnight against warehouses on the Danube, resulting in six people being injured.

As a result of the attack, a third-party warehouse storing grain crops was destroyed, while a few tanks for storing other types of cargo were damaged. A fire also broke out in one of the production premises, which was promptly extinguished.

In response to Monday's incident, Trans-Oil Group assures all stakeholders, especially investors, that our asset base remains intact and safe. 
We confirm that the Trans-Oil Group's infrastructure has not suffered any damage, and the operation of our Reni terminal, as well as navigation, resumed at 6 A.M. on Tuesday.

We understand that such events may cause concern among our esteemed investors and partners. Rest assured, we are committed to maintaining a robust security framework that shields the Trans-Oil Group's assets from any unauthorised disruptions. Our terminals at Reni, Giurgiulesti, Pancevo and Backa Palanka remain fully operational and all cargo handling and shipping activities are proceeding without any hindrance.

We appreciate the trust and continued support from investors and partners. We would like to emphasize that we remain resolute in safeguarding the Port of Reni’s operations and assets. Our dedicated team is working tirelessly to ensure business continuity and maintain the highest standards of safety and security.

Trans-Oil Group

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