The Kremlin has said that Russia can provide occupied Crimea with water without Ukraine

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The Kremlin says that Russia is able to provide water supply to the occupied Crimea, so as not to depend on Ukraine in this matter in the future.

Dmitry Peskov, quoted by Russia’s Interfax, said this means that active measures are being taken by the Russian authorities to ensure water supply to Crimea, and that the Kremlin excludes negotiations with Kyiv on the supply of Dnieper water for the peninsula.

“Russia is a powerful country, and it is able to provide Crimea with water without Ukraine, which will be done so as not to depend on this tap”, Peskov stated.

Industrial buildings for seawater desalination are under construction according to Peskov.

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2 comments

  • “Russia is a powerful country, and it is able to provide Crimea with water without Ukraine, which will be done so as not to depend on this tap”, Peskov stated.

    Peskov been reading his own propaganda again? You can’t even supply indoor toilets to 25% of the sheep, never mind water to Crimea.

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  • “Russia is a powerful country, and it is able to provide Crimea with water without Ukraine, which will be done so as not to depend on this tap”, Peskov stated.
    Mafia land is not a powerful country. It is a garbage dump and at best a has-been. The clowns in mafia land haven’t woken up to these facts yet.

    Jamestown:
    “The only ones not experiencing water scarcity in Crimea are, apparently, local officials, oligarchs and the Russian military”

    “Since further water scarcity in Crimea could provoke Russia to choose a military option to resolve the problem, this “battle for water” is a pressing challenge for Ukrainian national security (see EDM, February 26, May 21, June 29). But former acting deputy head of the Ukrainian Presidential Administration, Andriy Senchenko, believes that the blocked North Crimean Canal is a major strategic advantage and geopolitical instrument for Kyiv (Glavcom.ua, July 28). Ukraine will need to use this instrument wisely while, at the same time, hardening its vulnerable southern flank in preparation for any military actions or “hybrid” threats from Russia.”

    https://jamestown.org/program/unprecedented-drought-in-crimea-can-the-russian-occupied-peninsula-solve-its-water-problems-without-ukraine/

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