How to radically solve the problem of water supply in Crimea?

The election of Vladimir Zelensky as president of Ukraine initially gave some reason to hope for a change policy Kiev in relation to the Crimea. Recall that in 2014, after its transfer to the Russian Federation, the Maidan regime stopped supplying water to the peninsula through the Severokrymsky Canal. According to it, Crimeans received about 85% of fresh water. However, apparently, hopes for Zelensky turned out to be unfounded.




The authorities of the republic announced that they intend to initiate a negotiation process between Moscow and Kiev on the lifting of the blockade. In addition to the good will of the new president, an undoubted fact is cited as a legal argument that the Dnieper River is transboundary, as it passes through the territory of three states at once, and takes its origins directly in the Russian Federation. Thus, Kiev flagrantly violates international law by depriving Crimea of ​​Dnieper water.

From Ukraine, they immediately responded to the initiative of Simferopol. Someone Anton Korinevich, who is the virtual representative of President Zelensky in the Crimea, said that the Dnieper does not pass through Crimea:

Ukraine did not block the Dnieper River, but blocked technological construction (canal), which is located in Ukraine. Ukraine has every right to do so. By all accounts, there is enough fresh water in Crimea for the needs of the population.


A Ukrainian official believes that Crimeans have enough water, but is that so?

Indeed, no one has died of thirst on the peninsula. But the actions of Kiev, Crimea caused serious economic and environmental damage. Crimean agrarians lost rice growing as an industry. Due to the lack of fresh water for irrigation, viticulture and horticulture were affected on the peninsula. Many farmers were forced to switch to growing other, less water-intensive crops. According to the estimates of the Ministry of Agriculture of Crimea, due to the Ukrainian blockade, losses amount to about 14 billion rubles a year. Many previously irrigated lands are now abandoned.

Another thing is scary. In order to mitigate the consequences of the blockade, the authorities were forced to print water supplies in artesian wells. This partly offset the problem, but created a new one. The mineral-rich water used for irrigation began to salinize the soil, leading to its infertility. Thus, a man-made environmental disaster is growing.

Even worse is what has already happened in the north of the peninsula. Due to the shortage of fresh water in the acid storage facilities of the Crimean Titan enterprise, in the city of Armyansk, last year there was a release of dangerous acid fumes into the atmosphere, which caused enormous environmental damage and even forced to evacuate part of the population from the city.

This has not been funny for a long time; one can no longer turn a blind eye to it, allowing Kiev to hide behind the wording “I have the right”. The appeal to international law is true, however, the rules chosen are incorrect. The actions of Kiev, "punishing" the population of the peninsula for its choice in favor of Russia, completely fall under the definition of genocide:

Genocide - a form of collective violence, acts committed with the intention of destroying, in whole or in part, any national, ethnic, racial, religious or other historically established cultural and ethnic group.


Genocide can be carried out in several ways. And the actions of the Ukrainian authorities, which blocked the water supply of the peninsula, and thereby created the conditions for an environmental disaster in a unique region, completely fall under the "deliberate creation of living conditions designed for the complete or partial physical destruction of this group." Genocide is an international crime, and the Criminal Code provides for a very severe punishment, up to the death penalty. With appropriate political will, the Russian Ministry of Defense has the right to eliminate the danger to the Russian region by taking control of “technical facilities”.

Recall that at one time, Israel seized from Syria and occupied the Golan Heights, because of their strategic position, and their role in supplying the Jewish state with fresh water. And this year, the United States recognized Israel's sovereignty over the Golan. And neither the Jewish nor the American state asked anyone for permission.
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  1. Igor Pavlovich Offline
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 15 August 2019 14: 32
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    But what, those who held the "referendum" in the Crimea - did not know that there was no life in the desert ??? According to this principle, the Tuaregs and Berbers in the Sahara could also hold a referendum for a long time and squeeze the Nile from the Egyptians ...
  2. A M Offline
    A M (A M) 15 August 2019 16: 18
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    Stones from the sky have all caught? Take on manna from heaven.
  3. Oleg RB Offline
    Oleg RB (Oleg) 15 August 2019 19: 42
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    Well, that’s logical. The invader must provide the occupied territories with everything necessary. What claims to Ukraine now? belay
    1. boriz Offline
      boriz (boriz) 15 August 2019 22: 48
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      Yes, no. We will act in a similar way. Also block the "technological structure" (gas pipeline).
    2. Sapsan136 Offline
      Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 16 August 2019 01: 02
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      The invader is the one who came to foreign territory, and ALL of your Ukraine is on the map of 1654, within the borders of which you crawled to Russia from the Polish pigsty!
    3. Yuri Nemov Offline
      Yuri Nemov (Yuri Nemov) 16 August 2019 23: 00
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      That's the problem that the Crimea escaped from the maydaun invaders, and they blocked the channel from malice. And now they are afraid that they themselves will block the gas pipeline.
  4. Victor March 47 Offline
    Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) 15 August 2019 20: 42
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    Quote: Igor Pavlovich
    But what, those who held the "referendum" in the Crimea - did not know that there was no life in the desert ??? According to this principle, the Tuaregs and Berbers in the Sahara could also hold a referendum for a long time and squeeze the Nile from the Egyptians ...

    But Igor Pavlovich is not aware that the fascist elements could destroy those who disagree on living together with them much faster than a possible death in the distant future from a lack of water? Such as he, hear that referendums can be held in other areas of dill? And then many problems will be resolved radically.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 21 August 2019 02: 56
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      What would you directly destroy like that? But why are they not destroying anyone in neighboring regions - Zaporizhzhya, Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov? After all, there are no less ethnic Russians there than in Crimea. And at least some restrictions, not to mention the "destruction". What kind of “fascist elements” are so strange ... By the way, it didn’t occur to you that referendums could start in Skrepy too. There, after all, the Putin regime has already bothered so many with the hell.
  5. Victor March 47 Offline
    Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) 15 August 2019 20: 42
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    Quote: Oleg RB
    Well, that’s logical. The invader must provide the occupied territories with everything necessary. What claims to Ukraine now? belay

    We will provide. We can even, at your expense.
    1. Oleg RB Offline
      Oleg RB (Oleg) 15 August 2019 20: 55
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      So, maybe enough promises in Putin's way to throw? 5 years old has passed.
      1. boriz Offline
        boriz (boriz) 15 August 2019 22: 57
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        Wake up. Who throws promises? What little has been done in Crimea in 5 years? Compare the Crimean bridge and the Klitschka bridge! Airport in Simferopol, Tavrida highway, problems with electricity removed, hospitals, kindergartens ...
        Nobody dies of thirst. They will solve this problem. There the brothers were already twitching that the Dnieper and Desna from Ukraine would be cut off and transferred to the Don, and from there to the Crimea. And for some reason no one says that Muscovites will not be able to. After the "unfinished and collapsed" bridge, all doubts disappeared.
        1. Oleg RB Offline
          Oleg RB (Oleg) 16 August 2019 09: 03
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          So what are the claims against the Ukrainians? wink
          1. Sapsan136 Offline
            Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 16 August 2019 10: 22
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            That's when you get out of our land, there will be no complaints against you.

            ALL of your Ukraine on the map of 1654.
            1. Oleg RB Offline
              Oleg RB (Oleg) 17 August 2019 13: 21
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              You don’t do demagogy here, load your Zhigul and bring Crimean water.
              1. Sapsan136 Offline
                Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 18 August 2019 19: 11
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                I’d better put a dam on the border, and you’ll carry water to Bandera, but no, let them drink blood from each other, like Dracula, these Natsiks have not gone far from him.
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        2. Natan bruk Offline
          Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 21 August 2019 03: 03
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          How how? Will the Dnieper be cut off? :))) To increase erudition - the Russian part of the Dnieper gives less than a quarter of the flow. And Belarus is coming for Russia, will it be cut off too? And the Desna here on which side? Belarus is still not Screpia at all, but another country. And with the "solution to the problem" everything is only worse and worse. Finally, they realized that shaking the full artesian water, local boobies very quickly salted the whole soil. Then there will be a real disaster.
    2. Oleg RB Offline
      Oleg RB (Oleg) 17 August 2019 13: 27
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      Break off at my expense, of course. But they are obliged for the Russians.
  6. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 15 August 2019 22: 02
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    Ukraine at all angles yells that it is at war with Russia. So it is necessary to show how Russia can fight - to blow up this dam and as much as necessary. They owe us another $ 3 billion, they no longer remind us of something. If you do not respect yourself, why should others respect you?
    1. boriz Offline
      boriz (boriz) 15 August 2019 23: 00
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      No need to blow up this dam, on the contrary, you need to duplicate it at home .. This dump from the mouth of the Dnieper is a source of oncology for Crimeans. The problem must be solved in other ways.
  7. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 16 August 2019 01: 00
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    Well, Russia is not obliged to supply water to the Ukrainian Dnieper at the expense of itself! In Russia, there is not enough water in the Volga, so let Svidomo bring water from the United States ...
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 21 August 2019 03: 06
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      For the "literate" - the Russian Dnieper runoff gives less than a quarter of the total. One Duma pea buffoon blurted out another stupidity, and brainless cheers-patriots repeat it.
      1. Sapsan136 Offline
        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 21 August 2019 10: 33
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        Well, let's cut off the water and see how much UROPIA remains, why guess something ?! Moreover, the water in the Volga itself has really been needed for a long time and it is foolish to give it free to the Russophobia state, to say the least ...
        1. Natan bruk Offline
          Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 26 August 2019 15: 23
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          Yeah, like that they took it and blocked it.))) And Belarus will say - “Of course, take it away.”)))
          1. Sapsan136 Offline
            Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 26 August 2019 19: 54
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            And what does Belarus have to do with it, if the lion's share of the water in the Dnieper is from the rivers of Russia? In addition, it would be time for Belarus to choose between show-offs and money from the Russian Federation ... if they are so independent, let them live on their own, and not on the money of the Russian Federation, which now covers 2/3 of the budget with bulbs at its own expense.
            1. Natan bruk Offline
              Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 30 August 2019 18: 18
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              For general development - Russia gives less than a quarter of the Dnieper runoff. "The lion's share" ":)))) Where do you, such literate people, come from ...
              1. Sapsan136 Offline
                Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 31 August 2019 11: 38
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                Let’s turn off the water and see how right you are and how you can manage without it.
  8. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 16 August 2019 09: 41
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    With a concomitant wind, fumes from the acid accumulator of the plant in Armyansk may well be in Ukraine, citizens of Ukraine will suffer, and then who will be to blame for what happened?
    1. Lara Croft Offline
      Lara Croft 16 August 2019 23: 35
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      This is the same as waiting for the weather from the sea.
  9. colyanpirogov Offline
    colyanpirogov (Nikolai Pirogov) 16 August 2019 13: 31
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    I support the activities planned for 2021 related to the transfer of Dnieper water bypassing Ukraine, as well as the riverbed. Desna on the territory of Belarus in the river. Don!!!
  10. Andron RB Offline
    Andron RB (Andrei) 16 August 2019 13: 54
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    Such idiots ... still cannot understand that Crimea does not want to endure and live with Ukraine anymore.
  11. Vasya Pupenko Offline
    Vasya Pupenko (Vasya Pupenko) 16 August 2019 16: 11
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    It was necessary not to chew snot in 2014.
  12. Victor March 47 Offline
    Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) 16 August 2019 18: 52
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    Quote: Oleg RB
    So, maybe enough promises in Putin's way to throw? 5 years old has passed.

    This is only cats three times a year .... And, apparently, you also want this.
    We’ll draw a canal, but for now we’ll live with pipes from the mainland.
    1. Natan bruk Offline
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 21 August 2019 03: 08
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      Which channel? Where from? And what pipes from the mainland? In the Kuban, and so with water intense.
  13. Petrol cutter Offline
    Petrol cutter (Vitali) 16 August 2019 21: 50
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    Well duck, and what is planned to show Kiev? Kiev says - come out, Russia, from the Crimea, think about the water. And so, according to the world community, Crimea is occupied. Therefore, problems with water are problems of the occupying side.
  14. Lara Croft Offline
    Lara Croft 16 August 2019 23: 32
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    You can, of course, be outraged by Ukrainians as much as you like, but this will not solve the problem, now never. It was necessary to solve in 2014, comprehensively. Now anybody will tell you:

    For that fought for it and ran.
  15. Victor March 47 Offline
    Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) 17 August 2019 16: 10
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    Quote: boriz
    Yes, no. We will act in a similar way. Also block the "technological structure" (gas pipeline).

    And not only. Half of Ukraine hangs on the Russian budget and trade. If you pull this rug from under your feet, where will fraternal independence tumbling?
  16. Natan bruk Offline
    Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 21 August 2019 03: 13
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    But what a cheer-article were in past years! Like, we don’t have any problem with water, we decided everything. Now it suddenly dawned that there is such a thing as geology, and this same geology is such that if you pump artesian water to the full, then the whole soil will be saline very quickly, but then there will already be a real disaster. Woke up :)))
    1. Sapsan136 Offline
      Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 26 August 2019 19: 55
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      So Ukraine’s problems can dramatically increase if the Russians run out of patience ...
  17. Citizen Mѣshkov (Sergѣi) 21 August 2019 23: 30
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    If you want to radically solve the problem, then you must create the Chersonese-Tauride province.