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Lack of quality drinking water in occupied Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

Only 88 percent of the population of Crimea uses the services of a centralized water supply
12:30, 23 September 2018

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The population of Crimea needs an additional volume of quality drinking water. Krym.Realii reports this with a reference to Russian “Deputy Prime Minister” of Crimea Yurii Hotsanuik.  

According to the Russian “official”, at the moment in the conditions of stopping the supply of water from Dnipro through the North-Crimean Canal, water supply to cities and rural settlements of Crimea is carried out from local sources. 

Related: Russia deploys S-400 air defense systems in Crimea

All underground waters of the occupied peninsula are used in the centralized drinking water supply system without preliminary cleaning. 

‘Our objective is to determine the most problematic localities, the residents of which use low-quality drinking water to ensure the implementation of measures for the installation of additional water purification,’ Hotsanuik claimed.  

Related: Russian Security Service accompanies two Ukrainian vessels in Crimean area

It should be noted that only 88 percent of the Crimea population uses the services of centralized water supply.  

As it was reported earlier, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) claims about the deterioration of the situation with the protection of the cultural heritage in Crimea annexed by Russia.

Related: Ukraine plans to open two checkpoints at border with Crimea

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