Occupied Crimea sees another environmental damage as lake near Sevastopol dries up (Photo)

09:57, 18 November 2019
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"A lake in Kyzylove is no more. Yet it was there before. And it wasn't a drought that purposefully destroyed the harbor," blogger RoksolanaToday&Crimea25% (@KrimRT) wrote on Twitter, posting respective photos.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Russia-occupied Crimea may face irreversible environmental damage over the lack of fresh water, since large rivers of the peninsula have dried up.

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