Poles: There is no prospect of water supply to Crimea, the peninsula is drying up


Even Poland is facing water shortages that pose a huge danger to agriculture and make life difficult for people. But the Crimea’s biggest problem is that the peninsula is drying up because there are no prospects for water supply, writes the Polish publication BiznesAler.


Before the “annexation” of Russia in 2014, 85% of the water was received by the Crimean Peninsula from the Dnieper through the North Crimean Canal. But the Ukrainian authorities stopped the water supply and blocked the canal. After that, Russian engineering troops began the construction of a number of hydrological structures.

According to the concept, the measures taken should fully satisfy the needs of Crimea in water. A network of main water pipelines was created, connecting the Belogorsk and Taigan reservoirs with the Biyuk-Karasu River, from where part of the flow was redirected to the North Crimean Canal to provide water to Kerch and the northeastern regions of the peninsula. In the area of ​​Dzhankoy and Nizhnegorsky artesian wells were drilled, which provide water to more than 400 thousand people.

But in 2018, Crimea faced a tragedy of an environmental nature. The Biyuk-Karasu river began to dry up, and the active drilling of artesian wells led to a decrease in groundwater levels, which in turn led to salinization of soils.

In 2020, the winter was warm, there was almost no snow, and in the spring there was little rain. Therefore, the water level in the reservoirs was too low.

In mid-April, the Front Reservoir (Feodosia) was filled by 4,2%, Bakhchisarai - by 22,9%, Simferopol - by 29%, Chernorechensk (Simferopol) - by 51%. In April, only 25% of the precipitation fell from the average norm, so the authorities of the peninsula were forced to introduce restrictions on the water supply of residents from May 15. Since 2015, 20 thousand new residents have appeared in Crimea, and 50 thousand in Sevastopol. These are mainly the Russian military.

There are only two real solutions to the water problem on the peninsula. The first is the restoration by Ukraine of water supply to the North Crimean Canal. But this is unlikely, as it will become an image failure for Kiev. The second is the stable provision of Crimea with heavy rainfall, but even the Russian state cannot afford it.
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  1. Observer2014 Offline
    Observer2014 30 May 2020 12: 23
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    Poles: There is no prospect of water supply to Crimea, the peninsula is drying up

    I wonder what Argentina thinks about this? repeat Who from the Crimea defiantly what? Should choke?
  2. Igor Pavlovich Offline
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 30 May 2020 13: 03
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    A network of main water pipelines was created, connecting the Belogorsk and Taigan reservoirs with the Biyuk-Karasu River, from where part of the flow was redirected to the North Crimean Canal to provide water to Kerch and the northeastern regions of the peninsula.

    - the amount does not change from a change in the places of the terms (Law of arithmetic for elementary school) hi
  3. bear040 Offline
    bear040 30 May 2020 13: 45
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    But there are prospects for blocking the Russian rivers flowing into the Bandera Dnieper and its shallowing ... Russia is in dire need of replenishment of Don and Volga water, so the diversion of Russian water from the Bandera Dnieper is advisable both from an economic and political point of view. Putin does not want to do this, he is still raving about rebuilding the USSR, not realizing that after the spill in various skirmishes on national grounds, nobody else needs this, except for a couple of pensioners like himself ... However, the prospects for re-election of Putin are very vague. .. According to opinion polls, 63 - 67% will vote against the new Constitution and Putin’s new term! And the new president, and it is possible that from another party, will have a different (his) view on the solution of the Bandera issue, the lack of water in the Don, on the Volga and in the Crimea ...
    1. Marzhecki Offline
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 13: 53
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      Quote: bear040
      However, the prospects for re-election of Putin are very vague ... According to opinion polls, 63 - 67% will vote against the new Constitution and the new term of Putin!

      The voting results are already known in advance and are in the safe of the "wizards" ...
      1. bear040 Offline
        bear040 30 May 2020 13: 55
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        We both understand that all magic, sooner or later, ends ...
        1. Marzhecki Offline
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 14: 01
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          Yes, I hope to live up to that time.
          1. bear040 Offline
            bear040 30 May 2020 14: 03
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            Well, here I can not give you guarantees. We all walk under God. Today they are alive, tomorrow - who knows ... But one thing I know for sure ... Everything will ever end ... The Rurikovichs have ended ... The Romanovs ... the CPSU ... and these will end ...
            1. Marzhecki Offline
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 14: 05
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              I hope that at least something after them will remain from the country ...
              1. bear040 Offline
                bear040 30 May 2020 14: 07
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                Something, of course, will remain ... Russia was not so worried .. Yeltsin and Gorbachev survived ... seven-boyarschina ...
                1. Marzhecki Offline
                  Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 14: 08
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                  Something tells us that we have a new Time of Troubles on our nose ...
                  1. gorenina91 Offline
                    gorenina91 (Irina) 30 May 2020 14: 13
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                    - Yes ... the real "Time of Troubles" looms ahead ... - with the loss of entire regional territories ...
                    - And, in spite of all the "magic" ... this time ... it is unlikely that our guarantor will be able to taxi for a new presidential term ...
                    1. bear040 Offline
                      bear040 30 May 2020 14: 19
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                      Is not a fact. Given the events in the US, the Russian Federation has very real chances not only to preserve its territory, but also to regain Alaska ...
                      1. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 15: 39
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                        Squirrel visited? laughing
                      2. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 15: 41
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                        You can shout 100 times - Halva, it won’t be sweeter ... It is clear that the sunset of the USA will turn into the sunset of Israel and you don’t want to believe in it, but we don’t need to rub our auto-training ... smile
                      3. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 16: 04
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                        If we recall halva and sweets, then rather this comparison is suitable for your naive dreams of the collapse of America and Israel. In real life, the situation is exactly the opposite. hi
                      4. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 16: 06
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                        laughing In real life, the cities of the United States are now burning, not the Russian Federation, no matter how you would like the opposite, but with the loss of the US position, Germany will quickly deprive you of discounts on its weapons ... Without the support of the United States, no one will call you, no matter how you I wanted the opposite ...
                      5. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 16: 30
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                        The spontaneous performances of American marginals will be forgotten in a week, but the collapse of the Russian Federation, modeled on 1991. quite possible in the foreseeable future. Israel, on the other hand, is a completely independent successful state, which occupies a leading position in the world in a number of important indicators, and its existence is in no way dependent on anyone.
                      6. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 16: 35
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                        Blessed is he who believes ... There are a lot of problems in the United States, from racial to economic, no matter how you might not notice them ... Israel, the United States satellite, and without handouts from the United States and Germany, will quickly take its place in the margins of history.
                      7. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 16: 58
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                        Quote: bear040
                        The US is full of problems, from racial to economic

                        Again - exactly the opposite - the national and economic problems of the Russian Federation are much more serious. About the fact that Israel is a successful, dynamically developing state, I already wrote above, it does not threaten to get to the margins of history. wink
                      8. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 16: 59
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                        laughing Israel is the sixth United States, which, without the handouts of the owner, will bend as quickly as the chain dog, which the owner will stop feeding ...
                      9. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 17: 18
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                        Your opinion is completely mistaken, the Israelis do not live on anyone's handouts, they, thank God, provide for themselves, and very successfully. In terms of GDP per capita, Israel at the beginning of 2019 occupied 21st place in the world between Great Britain and New Zealand, and the Russian Federation, respectively, 60 between Argentina and Mauritius.
                      10. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 17: 20
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                        Do not tell me ... Let's see where your GDP falls without US handouts and huge discounts on weapons from Germany ...
                      11. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 17: 26
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                        It won’t fall anywhere, and you will definitely not be laughing in the Russian Federation. Moreover, mind you, I am not at all Russophobe and sincerely wish the citizens of Russia well-being and prosperity, but the circumstances do not depend on my wishes, alas ...
                      12. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 17: 28
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                        We’ll wait and see ... And you would have to recalculate the income of your state, taking into account the purchase of warships, submarines and aircraft at full cost, without royal discounts from the FRG and the USA ...
                      13. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 17: 52
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                        The purchase of weapons abroad is a purely economic measure, its own Israeli products are at least no worse, but their production is much more expensive. And as for discounts, you can rest assured that the Israelis will more than compensate for them. In general, the amount of arms deals is a very low percentage of the Israeli budget and they don’t do the weather.
                      14. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 18: 16
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                        All your compensation, this is a reptile in front of the USA. But soon your host will stop paying for your services. He drew his own problems, you won’t erase ... You don’t produce weapons, except tanks and riflemen ... You have German ships and submarines, you have American planes and your production ...
                      15. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 19: 34
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                        The Israelis produced their planes and ships when there was such a need, then another concept for the development of the defense industry was adopted, some in Israel still believe that this was a mistake. Israeli enterprises today are focused on the production of the most advanced types of weapons, and huge factories that produce aircraft, ships, etc., polluting the environment, will be well away from us. And by the way, what they are doing in Israel today is 30 years ahead of the corresponding Russian products.
                      16. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 19: 40
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                        With tongue, grind no bags to drag ... Try to make your plane and your ship, get tired of swallowing dust, because you have lost your skills and production for a long time, and you never did anything bigger than a missile boat, you would be silent about planes, French alteration The mirage in Kfir is a modernization, not a new plane ...
                      17. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 20: 05
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                        Quote: bear040
                        With tongue to grind, not to drag bags ... Try to make your plane and your ship, tired of swallowing dust

                        Here you are right - the entire Soviet / Russian defense industry has always been built exclusively on the theft of other people's ideas and engineering solutions - starting with the Mosin rifle to the present day. Everything was stolen from everyone, from Germans, French, Americans, British, etc. The history of the creation of the first Soviet strategic bomber Tu-4 Tupolev Design Bureau Tupolev is very indicative of these "impressive victories" - the American B-29 was stupidly copied from copies available in the USSR, though the original was not reached to the TTX. tongue
                      18. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 20: 09
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                        negative It’s not necessary if you think that the Mosin rifle is a copy of the Nagan rifle, and the Kalashnikov assault rifle is a copy of Schmeiser, it only says that you have a poor education ... And how the United States stole the helmet-mounted target designation system on fighters from the USSR to remind, and ...?!
                      19. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 20: 22
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                        Quote: bear040
                        it just says that you have a poor education ...

                        Where really - only two higher educations, one of which is still Soviet, the second in one of the leading universities of the globe. lol
                      20. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 20: 27
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                        negative Education in the USSR was different, someone studied, and someone "chased", having connections ... In addition, education on pies does not make you a shooting specialist or historian ... Schmeiser really worked for a while in the USSR, but didn’t even meet with Kalashnikov and they worked at different factories, and the mechanism of the Kalashnikov assault rifle, let you know, is fundamentally different from the Schmeiser mechanism, the barrel locking system is different there, and much more ... So, you can go to the toilet with their diplomas ...
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                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 20: 33
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                        Quote: bear040
                        So you can go push with your diplomas ...

                        Judging by your literacy level, you and vocational schools did not manage to finish, but talk about my diplomas. laughing
                      22. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 20: 36
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                        A typo on the old keyboard does not make you smarter and doesn’t make your pants cleaner, because you have nowhere to get them dirty with fables about Mosin and Kalashnikov ... Tell us further how you graduated from the Institute of Soviet Trade in the USSR, or something like that, and became a major specialist in weapons ... trading in Soviet chintz family shorts, in agriculture ... laughing
                      23. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 21: 15
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                        By the way - the graduates of the Institute of Trade in the USSR did not work in the general public administration, and I certainly didn’t do this. I could tell a lot here about the creation of Soviet weapons, but I will refrain. To be objective, the whole history of arms production in the world since ancient times has always been full of borrowings, and they borrowed most often from enemies. However, for some reason, all but the Russians do not deny their borrowings. The closest example is the famous Israeli Uzi submachine gun. Any student knows that Uziel Gal took the Sa model, developed by Czech engineer J. Choleczek, as the basis of his decision. 23. It would never occur to any of the Israelis to deny this fact.
                      24. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 21: 19
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                        tongue Yeah, just grinding nonsense in this direction will not work right now, I’ll wrap up your fantasies and fantasies just like your fantasies at the expense of Mosin and Kalashnikov ...
                      25. Binder Offline
                        Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 21: 31
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                        You are ridiculous, citizen - what I have already forgotten, you are not destined to know until the end of your days. lol On this, I say goodbye to you, in view of your complete inability to adequately perceive reality. I wish you hello! hi
                      26. bear040 Offline
                        bear040 30 May 2020 21: 58
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                        Ha ha ha ... Well, you always knew how to puff out your cheeks and walk smartly, only most were charlatans, like Kurchevsky ... laughing
                  2. 321 Offline
                    321 (321) 30 May 2020 22: 56
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                    Quote: Bindyuzhnik
                    ... However, for some reason, all but the Russians do not deny their borrowings. The closest example is the famous Israeli Uzi submachine gun. ...

                    “In the elderberry garden, and uncle in Kiev” - this is a good example of your “logic”, you gave an example about that earlier, and who denies this? hi What side is your ultrasound involved in?
                    And here are examples of Kalashnikov, etc. - here you have a failure - for how many years the video has been walking on the network - about Schmeiser and its main details, and about Kalashnikov - so you should study the materiel further, while NOT counting.
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            321 (321) 30 May 2020 22: 30
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            Quote: Bindyuzhnik
            Quote: bear040
            it just says that you have a poor education ...

            Where really - only two higher educations, one of which is still Soviet, the second in one of the leading universities of the globe. lol

            - especially smiled that you write about leading universities, without knowing that the very same leaders of the globe are pumping their rating, there’s a lot of ways, but you, NOT being inside the system itself, don’t have a clue about them ) - "blessed is he who believes" (c) hi
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            Binder (Miron) 30 May 2020 22: 50
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            Quote: 321
            ... you write about the leading universities, without knowing that the very same leading globes are pumping your rating, there are a lot of ways, but you, NOT being inside the system itself, don’t have a clue about them) - "blessed who believes "(c)

            I especially smiled that you, knowing absolutely nothing in this matter, are telling me fables from the repertoire of the pro-Putin agitprop. lol
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            321 (321) 30 May 2020 23: 06
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            Quote: Bindyuzhnik
            Quote: 321
            you write about leading universities, well, without knowing that the very same leading globes are pumping your rating, there’s a lot of ways, but you, NOT being inside the system, don’t have a clue about them) - "blessed is who believes "(c)

            Especially smiled that you, not knowing absolutely nothing in this matter, are telling me fables from the repertoire of the pro-Putin agitprop. lol

            - indeed, it’s just they didn’t report to you what a failure - bully I taught in most universities, albeit at different periods, and still, although I just don’t need it anymore - health, age, and something else, but in most leading universities I have at least three colleagues left citizenships, countries, etc., but we regularly correspond, the pros respect each other, and no policy here interferes, so you continue to write that I don’t think anything about it - "... and we kind of believe you .. ."(with) bully negative hi
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    magma (Tatyana) 31 May 2020 11: 45
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    And by the way, what they are doing in Israel today is 30 years ahead of the corresponding Russian products.

    - That's why you sit on the Russian site every day, solely because Israel has gone too far. So far that even Jews are not able to understand and prefer runet.
  5. Dear sofa expert. 1 June 2020 00: 53
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    Quote: Bindyuzhnik
    Quote: bear040
    The US is full of problems, from racial to economic.

    Again - exactly the opposite - the national and economic problems of the Russian Federation are much more serious.

    There are undoubtedly problems in Russia, as in all other states. But Russia's problems are also exacerbated by the negative influence of the United States with its aggressive policy of “containment”. If not for the Americans, Russia would have had fewer problems.
    But America has all its problems. No one but themselves creates these problems for them.
    But Russia, a good soul, on the contrary, always helps Americans. After all, the Americans are so stupid that they even have to choose a president to help. )
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    Don36 (Don36) 31 May 2020 08: 00
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    This is not our squirrel, it’s baked your head. From your Moses a bad guide ...
  • bear040 Offline
    bear040 30 May 2020 14: 21
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    As for the troubled times, I’m not sure, but I can quote you a philosopher, it seems, a Chinese -

    I do not wish the enemy to live in an era of change ...

    And they are inevitable ...
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      Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 14: 27
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      Yes, the need for change is simply overripe. Still, the irremovability of power and all rot attached to the vertical is evil. Some people have completely lost their fear of impunity.
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        bear040 30 May 2020 14: 29
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        Sometimes the irremovability of power is even good, leapfrog of the throne does not benefit the country, but today we have the wrong case ... This power does not give a damn about the people ...
      2. Marzhecki Offline
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 14: 45
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        Yes, there were successful precedents about 100 years ago. But today is not the case ...
      3. Dear sofa expert. 30 May 2020 15: 00
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        Sometimes the irremovability of power is even good

        Yes, and there are examples. Mrs. Merkel, for example.
        And some "examples of democracy" went even further, giving an example of continuity: Bush dad - Bush son. Clinton husband - Clinton spouse, etc.
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        bear040 30 May 2020 15: 03
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        Merkel is not quite a good example ... The indigenous population of Germany is ruined, replacing it with Turks and Arabs ... this is very bad for Germans in particular and for Germany in general ... Arabs and Turks are only interested in their selfish interests, but not the interests of Germans and Germany , then this is harm, not benefit ...
  • Dear sofa expert. 30 May 2020 14: 55
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    Voting results are already known in advance

    Well, since even you know about it, either the “wizards” are half-educated, or you have the gift of a visionary. You are not Messing by grandfather, by any chance?)
    1. Marzhecki Offline
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 30 May 2020 15: 25
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      Quote: Dear couch expert.
      Voting results are already known in advance

      Well, even if you know about it, either the “wizards” are half-educated, or you have the gift of a visionary. You are not Messing by grandfather, by any chance?)

      Why dropouts? Everyone will calculate how to. You have a broken logical chain, substitute concepts.
      1. Dear sofa expert. 30 May 2020 19: 27
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        You have a broken logical chain, substitute concepts.

        No, my logic is not broken. There is such a thing: "Self-fulfilling prophecy." This is such a deliberate “prediction” of an event, the actions to prevent which as a result inevitably lead to this event itself.
        So here. Many of your works remind me of this action. For what purpose you do this, you know better, but the fact that you do it purposefully is visible to the naked eye. I hope that I spoke in a language understandable to your logic?
        Well, now explain what I have replaced concepts?
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    Bulanov (Vladimir) 30 May 2020 23: 38
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    Dear ladies and gentlemen, do not leave the topic about the water of Crimea. No need to troll the topic.
  • Dear sofa expert. 30 May 2020 19: 45
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    Quote: bear040
    Merkel is not quite a good example ... The indigenous population of Germany is ruined, replacing it with Turks and Arabs ... this is very bad for Germans in particular and for Germany in general ... Arabs and Turks are only interested in their selfish interests, but not the interests of Germans and Germany , then this is harm, not benefit ...

    Well .. looking at the results would be very one-sided). Of course, Merkel and not my "idol". In the history of refugees, she, of course, overestimated herself). In this, the people did not support her. But otherwise, she is a very significant politician on the world stage. And by the way, since it so happened that in our evaluation discussion it is “against” Putin, I can say that Germany has achieved such a huge economic success lately because of Merkel’s policy. And precisely because of her talent to push through the “unpopular”, but vital (for the prosperity of the state) necessary reforms to her people, one of many was the same rigidity as in Russia: reform to raise the retirement age. The fact that Putin is today blamed up to the loss of his support of the people. You can talk about Merkel for a long time, but under the line - a good overall result.
    1. Wanderer039 Offline
      Wanderer039 31 May 2020 01: 24
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      Merkel raised Germany not by raising her retirement age and by Gaster who was not harmful to Germany, but by successfully pushing Germany’s quotas and interests in the EU ... Putin didn’t achieve this, but for raising the retirement age in Russia and importing Russian patients with Russophobia Gaster, harmful for the Russian Federation, they justly hate him ...
      1. Dear sofa expert. 31 May 2020 09: 40
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        Quote: Wanderer039
        Merkel raised Germany not by raising her retirement age and by Gaster who was not harmful to Germany, but by successfully pushing Germany’s quotas and interests in the EU ... Putin didn’t achieve this, but for raising the retirement age in Russia and importing Russian patients with Russophobia Gaster, harmful for the Russian Federation, they justly hate him ...

        Do not suffer from populism, my friend, and do not turn over what I said. I did not speak about Gaster in this vein, but about the pension reform in Germany. It was an important part, in providing another “very important part” (sorry for the tautology) of the Agenda 2010 program, which, by its negative popularity with the people, cannot be compared with this “pension” reform. G. Schroeder proposed this “agenda”, who understood that the people would not like it, but for the country's economy it was then seen as the only salvation. Schroeder (and his party) then had to sacrifice his chancellor’s place, yielding it to the cunning and deceitful Mrs. Merkel, who put the slogan as the basis for her election program: “There will be no 2010 rent in my lifetime!” Immediately after her appointment to the post of chancellor, she continued without a twinge of conscience the "Schroeder case."
        But now back to your words about pension reform in Germany. So, the numbers for 2019:
        Reserves of the German state pension fund amounted to 40,5 billion euros. This is 2,3 billion more than in the previous year. (annual growth is visible, right?). Despite the increase in pensions and by no means improving demographics, the pension tax is steadily withheld by 18,6% (according to the idea of ​​the auction, it should not exceed 19,5%).
        This, in your opinion, is not the result?
        Now in more detail about your knowledge.
        Well, show your real knowledge, and also in detail about the “successful pushing of quotas and interests of Germany in the EU”?
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    gorenina91 (Irina) 31 May 2020 03: 25
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    There is no prospect of water supply to Crimea, the peninsula is drying up

    - As for the water supply ... to the Crimea ...
    - That, personally, I am not an expert in this field ... - But I think that at first it’s still necessary to adopt a seawater desalination system ...- And for that - why not create a whole network (powerful system) from solar power plants ... together with wind power plants ... - Indeed, there are enough sunny days in the year in Crimea; there are enough air currents for windmills ... - such a huge steppe space under the scorching Crimean sun ... - And all this is environmentally friendly enough ...
    - And do not build nuclear power plants and other stoker ...
    - But this is "at first" ...- And then it will be possible to come up with something and more "substantial" ...
    - It’s just that today in Crimea there is no real good owner ... - here the water problem hangs already ... - Already for six whole years ...
    1. Dear sofa expert. 31 May 2020 11: 10
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      And do not build nuclear power plants and other stokers ..

      Solar and wind el. stations - "stokers" no less than others. Just the exhaust pipe is in a different place)
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    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) 31 May 2020 18: 01
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    Quote: bear040
    But there are prospects for blocking the Russian rivers flowing into the Bandera Dnieper and its shallowing ... Russia is in dire need of replenishment of Don and Volga water, so the diversion of Russian water from the Bandera Dnieper is advisable both from an economic and political point of view. Putin does not want to do this, he is still raving about rebuilding the USSR, not realizing that after the spill in various skirmishes on national grounds, nobody else needs this, except for a couple of pensioners like himself ... However, the prospects for re-election of Putin are very vague. .. According to opinion polls, 63 - 67% will vote against the new Constitution and Putin’s new term! And the new president, and it is possible that from another party, will have a different (his) view on the solution of the Bandera issue, the lack of water in the Don, on the Volga and in the Crimea ...

    Opinion polls conducted similar to you on the order of penguins, and their money? Live to the referendum (vote) on the Constitution, then speak.
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      Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 31 May 2020 21: 43
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      How rough. However, what else to wait ... Would you go home ... there, like you, the rope also misses the portrait of (saint) Bandera ... And here we are in Russia somehow without Chubais and without you ...
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    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) 31 May 2020 18: 10
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    Quote: Bindyuzhnik
    Quote: bear040
    it just says that you have a poor education ...

    Where really - only two higher educations, one of which is still Soviet, the second in one of the leading universities of the globe. lol

    It’s true that it’s not a horse oats. To a fool, education is harmful from birth.
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    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) 1 June 2020 00: 35
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    Quote: Sapsan136
    How rough. However, what else can you expect from a creature with Bandera roots ... Can you go home ... there, like you, the rope jumps and the portrait of (saint) Bandera ... And we here in Russia somehow without Chubais and without you, with your Pole name, Mr. Svidomo ...

    My last name is because there were priests in the family. Tula, Voronezh, Moscow, etc. Nicknames became surnames.
    My roots are in the Urals. In the Cossack family. In Orenburg there is still the village of Dubovitsy. If you are newcomer and do not know the story, then what to take from you?
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      Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 1 June 2020 07: 21
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      I'm not a stranger, I know my pedigree, at least until Ivan the Terrible ... I also know the price of Novodvorsky, Yavlinsky and Dubovitsky ...
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    aleksandrmakedo (Dubovitsky Victor Kuzmich) 1 June 2020 00: 41
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    There is no prospect of water supply to Crimea, the peninsula is drying up

    - As for the water supply ... to the Crimea ...
    - That, personally, I am not an expert in this field ... - But I think that at first it’s still necessary to adopt a seawater desalination system ...- And for that - why not create a whole network (powerful system) from solar power plants ... together with wind power plants ... - Indeed, there are enough sunny days in the year in Crimea; there are enough air currents for windmills ... - such a huge steppe space under the scorching Crimean sun ... - And all this is environmentally friendly enough ...
    - And do not build nuclear power plants and other stoker ...
    - But this is "at first" ...- And then it will be possible to come up with something and more "substantial" ...
    - It’s just that today in Crimea there is no real good owner ... - here the water problem hangs already ... - Already for six whole years ...

    Yes, you at least open the door to this knowledge.

    https://habr.com/ru/post/421329/

    Read and be ashamed.
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      gorenina91 (Irina) 1 June 2020 02: 08
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      Yes you, at least open the door to this knowledge.

      https://habr.com/ru/post/421329/
      Read and be ashamed.

      - Well, you wouldn’t climb with your advice ... -Shame yourself ... palm off stereotypes ...- a small achievement ...
      - Personally, I specifically write ...

      why not create a whole network (powerful system) of solar power plants ... together with wind power plants ...

      - About wind farms - have you heard ??? - No??? - Why then you climb there, about which you have no idea ???

      Almost all wind farms located in the seas are located on the coast. However, Dutch engineers from TenneT went further and developed a grandiose project to build the world's largest wind farm in the middle of the North Sea. The facility will be able to provide 5 countries at once: Holland, Great Britain, Denmark, Germany and Belgium. All these states are located at the same distance from the planned construction site of the energy hub.

      Onshore wind turbines allow the generation of alternating current, which negatively affects its transportation over long distances. The energy unit, on the other hand, converts the current into direct current, and then sends it to countries using cables. Upon arrival, it again becomes variable and distributed to homes.

      Already this year, TenneT will present a detailed construction plan and, if approved, by 2027 the project will be implemented.

      - Who prevents a similar project from being launched in Crimea ????? Six years have passed .... six years .... six years !!!!!!!
      - And only moaning and crying ... - "Ah, there is not enough fresh water" ... - Ah, give us water ... The owner is simply not good ...
      - Yes, if such a wind farm would take place in the Crimea ...; then it would already become such an attraction that ... what ... what ... only she alone would give an additional influx of tourists ...- percent 30-40 ...- no less ...
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        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 1 June 2020 07: 23
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        The fact that there is no owner is for sure ... Americans would try to shut off the water somewhere ... from them long horns and legs would remain ... A man in the Kremlin is not enough, instead of a balabol ...