Water shortage in Crimea: Russia cares about supply to military bases, not households – Ukraine officialRussia has never valued regular citizens so their lives "cost absolutely nothing" to them, and it will also be the case with the occupied Crimea.
20:40, 11 April 2021
The occupying authorities are reportedly preparing several claims against Ukraine.
16:59, 28 March 2021
The Ukrainian envoy says Russia, as an occupying state, bears full responsibility for Crimea.
11:30, 26 March 2021
He says Russia, as an occupying state, is responsible for the situation in Crimea now.
16:45, 18 March 2021
The Russian occupation regime prefers to use the term "water blockade", presumably hoping that their audiences can be conned into believing that Ukraine is holding back something that is "rightfully Russia's".
12:20, 11 March 2021
The official named the condition under which Ukraine may resume the water supply onto the peninsula.
17:30, 07 February 2021
On holidays, local residents came to see what had happened to the lake.
11:05, 05 January 2021
Prior to the occupation of Crimea by Russia, Ukraine had covered up to 85% of the peninsula's needs for fresh water through the North Crimean Canal.
16:15, 22 December 2020
By mid-December 2020, its storage capacity accounted for just over 20%.
13:10, 18 December 2020
Since August 24, restrictions on the water supply have been introduced over to drought and shallowing of reservoirs.
14:25, 14 December 2020
This is the result of additional pumps having been installed at the two intake facilities.
13:35, 10 November 2020
No formal or informal negotiations on this issue are currently being held.
20:58, 23 October 2020
Russia is trying to shift responsibility from the occupying country to the victim country, Ukraine.
15:25, 21 October 2020
Ecologist Ievgen Khlobystov: In Crimea, water is consumed in a barbaric way. It's like pouring champagne over the gardenIevgen Khlobystov, Professor at the Department of Ecology of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Academician at the Academy of Economic Sciences of Ukraine, expert with the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, told UNIAN, how Crimea is turning into a desert, what it has to do with the policy of occupation authorities and what awaits local residents.
16:30, 01 October 2020
Reservoir supplying water to Russia's Black Sea Fleet base in occupied Crimea almost dried up (Photo)The situation of Sevastopol's freshwater supplies is rapidly deteriorating.
12:45, 29 September 2020
Russia has not yet made an official request to restore water supplies to Crimea.
18:45, 22 September 2020
Prior to Crimea occupation by Russia, Ukraine used to cover up to 85% of the peninsula's needs for fresh water through the North Crimean Canal.
11:30, 16 September 2020
According to the Ukrainian diplomats, it's Russian military facilities building up in Crimea, as well as defense industry, that require more water.
13:25, 15 September 2020
The peninsula remains under Russian occupation, therefore it's the invaders who are entitled to resolve all humanitarian issues, including those of fresh water supplies, Ukraine stresses.
09:50, 14 September 2020