The supplies of drinking water for the population are critically restricted in the temporarily occupied Luhansk region as the Ministry of the Temporarily Occupied Territories reported.
“The severe shortage of drinking water is observed in the territory of temporarily occupied Luhansk region,” the message said.
According to information published by occupied authorities, the supply of drinking water to According to information published by occupied authorities the supply of drinking water to Khrustalny is held once-twice a week according to the schedule “day after day” depending on the district of the city. In Holubovske and Donetske villages and Holubivka city, the supply of drinking water takes place only once a week; in Kadiivka – once in two three days.
In the territory of Alchevsk, where the rates of pollution of the drinking water are considered to be the highest, the water supply is held day after day; however, it can be absent for a few days in a row.
As we reported, the amount of water has reduced in the reservoirs of annexed Crimea. The total reserves of water in the reservoirs made 79.24 million cubic meters as of the beginning of summer and it by 6.531 million cubic meters less than a month ago and by 5.92 million cubic meters less than a year ago.