REUTERS

The occupation authorities in Simferopol, a major city located in Russian-occupied Crimea are drafting a schedule of hourly water supplies to the city residents due to lack of water in the Crimean reservoirs.

The occupiers warn about water restrictions, saying that the schedule will be posted on the website of the Simferopol "administration" being additionally disseminated in the media, RFE/RL's Krym-Realii media project reported on February 5, referring to the pro-Russian media.

The limitation of water supplies will affect both apartment buildings and private houses, except for socially significant facilities.

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Russian-controlled administration of Simferopol has not yet published the official information on its website.

As UNIAN reported earlier, occupying bodies of Crimea had been warning residents of the peninsula of upcoming blackouts.