Ukrainian president's permanent envoy for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Anton Korinevych, has said so far the position on the continued halt of water deliveries to the temporarily occupied peninsula is "unambiguous", and there are no grounds to change it.

"During a conversation with journalists, Mr. President said no one had addressed the Ukrainian side on the issue. Over the months of work at the representative office, we have not seen other party's appeals on the issue, i.e. they did not contact us on this," he said at a briefing in Kyiv, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

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"We also, like you, saw the relevant reaction in the media, on social networks. I think the position is now unambiguous – everything remains as it is, and I see no grounds for change," Korinevych added.