Act like Israel: in Russia they proposed to radically solve the problem of water in the Crimea


Kiev violates the rights of Crimeans, blocking the flow of water to the peninsula. The Russian Federation has every chance to prove facts of violation of human rights by Ukraine and restore the provision of Crimea with water. It is possible that Russia may act in this situation according to the Israeli scenario. This was stated by a historian from Donetsk Vladimir Kornilov, his opinion passes news Kharkov agency.


The Ukrainian authorities are hinting that they will not allow the Crimea to be supplied with water until the peninsula returns to its “native Ukrainian harbor”. However, according to Kornilov, Kiev’s refusal of access to water on the peninsula violates inalienable human rights, including the use of water resources - this is enshrined in a UN resolution. In addition, Nezalezhnaya authorities signed a convention on transboundary watercourses, as well as an agreement with Moscow on the regulation of water supply between Ukraine and the Russian Federation. Thus, Kiev is currently violating the fundamental foundations of international law.

The Ukrainian regime says that Crimea is part of Ukraine, but what about Crimeans? According to the expert, Kiev needs territories, but not people - because they did not accept the pro-Nazi Maidan, therefore they can calmly and with the tacit consent of the West block access to water.


The dam in the Kherson region, which interferes with the water supply to the Crimea

In this regard, Kornilov recalled how Israel solved a similar problem in 1967. Then the League of Arab States, which included Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, wanted to build a dam in order to deprive the Israelis of access to water resources. In response, the Israeli military launched an air strike on the construction under construction, and the water problem was resolved. Moreover, the military action of Tel Aviv has not received any condemnation in the world.

Moreover, the international community has stated that the people of Israel have the right to access to water. If Russia does the same in relation to the waters of the Dnieper and the dam built on the Ukrainian side, everyone will immediately start shouting about people. Ukraine openly violates the rights of residents of the Crimea and calmly talks about it

- exclaims Vladimir Kornilov.
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  1. Dmitry S. Offline
    Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 17 July 2020 14: 17
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    A historian from Donetsk, but suggested in Russia - has the DNI already become part of the Russian Federation?
    1. Arkharov Offline
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 17 July 2020 14: 31
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      They are already completely confused.
    2. 123 Offline
      123 (123) 17 July 2020 15: 51
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      A historian from Donetsk, but suggested in Russia - has the DNI already become part of the Russian Federation?

      No, he has been living in Russia for a long time and received citizenship.
      1. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 08: 06
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        And the "republics" and so qualified personnel, probably, do not have enough, incl. "historians".
        1. 123 Offline
          123 (123) 18 July 2020 09: 53
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          And the "republics" and so qualified personnel, probably, do not have enough, incl. "historians".

          And this is not your business. Want to make up for staff shortages? The border is not closed, there is a Kylo for you.
          1. Arkharov Offline
            Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 12: 53
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            It seems to me that various "historians" are especially needed there, to write different stories. So that even after 100 years, children from the unrecognized "republics" could read about the glorious military campaigns of their grandfathers and great-grandfathers.
            1. 123 Offline
              123 (123) 18 July 2020 13: 46
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              It seems to me that various "historians" are especially needed there, to write different stories. So that even after 100 years, children from the unrecognized "republics" could read about the glorious military campaigns of their grandfathers and great-grandfathers.

              Are you jealous? About your stories will not be.
              1. Arkharov Offline
                Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 13: 49
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                Will there be "republics" themselves?
                1. 123 Offline
                  123 (123) 18 July 2020 14: 25
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                  Bear with a little, surely will be. And not only these.
                  1. Arkharov Offline
                    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 17: 45
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                    And also unrecognized?
                    1. 123 Offline
                      123 (123) 18 July 2020 17: 55
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                      And also unrecognized?

                      You consider yourself an unrecognized genius, nothing, you live somehow.
                      1. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 18: 58
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                        An interesting answer, with its not entirely clear cause-and-effect relationships. Why unrecognized? And why somehow?
                      2. 123 Offline
                        123 (123) 18 July 2020 19: 13
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                        An interesting answer, with its not entirely clear cause-and-effect relationships. Why unrecognized? And why somehow?

                        Because no one except you thinks so. And live with this, somehow ...
                      3. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 19: 43
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                        No one at all? You have some downright unclouded mind.
                      4. 123 Offline
                        123 (123) 18 July 2020 20: 15
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                        No one at all? You have some downright unclouded mind.

                        Who? request Did you still hope? In vain. I wish you have the same, try, maybe it will work out. hi
                      5. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 20: 29
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                        I think they understand me perfectly well under 25-30 percent, but I don't need more here. Look at the absolutely neutral Yandex Zen readers' reaction to political articles. There, I think, already the opposite, 70 percent, rather, support far from your ideas. Almost all of the few pro-government comments are far in the red. And this is not the site "Echo of Moscow", a completely random selection of readers.
                      6. 123 Offline
                        123 (123) 18 July 2020 21: 16
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                        I think they understand me perfectly well under 25-30 percent, but I don't need more here.

                        You are free to think whatever. They understand, in the sense of capturing the essence of the above, or in the sense of supporting your opinion?

                        Look at the absolutely neutral Yandex Zen readers' reaction to political articles. There, I think, already the opposite, 70 percent, rather, do not support your ideas. Almost all of the few pro-government comments are far in the red. And this is not the site "Echo of Moscow", a completely random selection of readers.

                        And you didn’t get the idea that “neutrality” is determined not by the reaction of readers, but rather by “editorial policy”?
                        As for Yandex Zen, I did not study the opinion of readers there, but I went to the site.
                        On the first page it is written in black and white:

                        Zen understands your interests and puts together a feed for you. He analyzes actions: what are you watching, who do you likewho you are following, and after that, he recommends you both your favorite sources and still unknown, but interesting publications

                        https://zen.yandex/about

                        As a result, people with a certain position gather on the site and it begins to seem to them that they are the majority, and then they encounter harsh reality and note with surprise and disappointment that they were not lucky with the people. In my opinion, this is just your case.
                      7. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 19 July 2020 08: 46
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                        You are not quite right here. If people are there and "gather", then by topic, and not by individual reaction. I wrote simply about political articles, and they are there of a very different plan. And the same Zen analyzing, offers all the articles from this section. Look there for the general reaction to any political article, of any nature and orientation. The few propagandists with their primitive comments are simply ridiculous, and the general reaction to them, as a rule, is unambiguous.
                        And you really want to tell me that this site with a "freak show" of "numbered", "couch", "whether birds of prey or high-speed trains" can be thought of as an average sample of the entire population?
                        And in general, I heard somewhere, or read, if I isolate some conventional ordinary person (of course, only for scientific, experimental purposes) from watching the first 3 television channels, curious metamorphoses begin to occur with him. The first week is characterized by a syndrome resembling withdrawal symptoms, the subject's mood deteriorates, a kind of "withdrawal" occurs. But if you endure the first week, he, along with the improvement in his general condition, also undergoes other amazing changes. A real understanding of what is happening begins to come to him.... Full awareness, in most cases, occurs after a month from the beginning of the experiment. The most difficult, neglected and far from always amenable to correction cases are with fans of viewing the RenTV channel.
                      8. 123 Offline
                        123 (123) 19 July 2020 11: 26
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                        You are not quite right here. If people are there and "gather", then by topic, and not by individual reaction. I just wrote about political articles, and they are there of a very different plan. And the same Zen analyzing, offers all the articles from this section.

                        Are you advertising Yandex Zen to me? It would be logical to discuss it there, on the spot.
                        Reread it carefully.
                        Understands your interests .... analyzes ...... selects publications according to your taste. This is how a "flock of like-minded people" is gradually formed. repeat

                        Zen understands your interests и collects tape for you. is he analyzes actions: what are you watching, who do you like, nand whom do you subscribe, and then - recommends you and already favorite sources, and still unknown, but interesting publications

                        Do you want to find out how impartial everything is? Then you will need several sites, it will be possible to compare how readers relate to the same article in different sources.

                        Look there for the general reaction to any political article, of any nature and orientation. The few propagandists with their primitive comments are simply ridiculous, and the general reaction to them is usually unequivocal.

                        The reaction to the "few propagandists" with primitive and funny comments is the same everywhere and, as a rule, the reaction to them is unambiguous. You can observe these phenomena right here and now, by your own example. yes

                        And you really want to tell me that this site with a "freak show" of "numbered", "couch", "whether birds of prey or high-speed trains" can be thought of as an average sample of the entire population?

                        Are you trying to pass off the point of view of the "Arkharovtsy" and similar inhabitants of the "terrarium" for public opinion?

                        And in general, I heard somewhere, or read, if I isolate some conventional ordinary person (of course, only for scientific, experimental purposes) from watching the first 3 television channels, curious metamorphoses begin to occur with him.

                        You can conduct a similar experiment on yourself, I have long been using televisions exclusively as monitors for a computer. winked
                      9. 321 Offline
                        321 (321) 19 July 2020 20: 08
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                        Quote: Arkharov
                        ... And you really want to tell me that this site with a "freak show" of "numbered", "couch", "either birds of prey or high-speed trains" can be thought of as an average sample of the entire population? ... ...

                        A counter question - does someone make you stay here and comment at least something?
                        And someday it will come to you with a big delay, but maybe it will come to you that what you write about TV is NOT relevant for a long time - I watch volleyball and basketball on it and EVERYTHING! bully
                      10. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 19 July 2020 20: 14
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                        Yes, it's a joke with you, I willingly believe. But I'm afraid for 60-70 percent this is still quite relevant, the main source of "information".
                        And I am also firmly convinced, although it was far from me who came up with it, there are many statements on this topic by people with world-class authority: the majority is rarely right.
                      11. 321 Offline
                        321 (321) 19 July 2020 22: 14
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                        Quote: Arkharov
                        Yes, it's a joke with you, I willingly believe. But I'm afraid that for 60-70 percent this is still quite relevant, the main source of "information".
                        And I am also firmly convinced, although it was far from me who came up with it, there are many statements on this topic by people with world-class authority: the majority is rarely right.

                        I somehow do not really care about the opinion of at least the majority, at least the minority, I, albeit not absolutely always, but in the overwhelming majority of cases, have my own opinion - and it is formed not to please at least some conjuncture, but according to completely different grounds - life principles, knowledge, experience ...
                        As a rule, this is the case, and in topics that are either not interesting to me, or I am poorly guided by them, I rarely even go, to say that I never - I can not, last week the page moved out and got into the topic by accident, in fact, clicking mice ...
                  2. Evgeny Popov Offline
                    Evgeny Popov (Evgeny Popov) 20 July 2020 15: 54
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                    Quote: Arkharov
                    Look there for the general reaction to any political article, of any nature and orientation. The few propagandists with their primitive comments are simply ridiculous, and the general reaction to them is usually unequivocal.

                    As a veteran of the Zen armies, I assure you that you are wrong. Depends on the channel. There are channels piled up - the corresponding mood prevails there. There are channels of, as you said, "propagandists", although the bulk of them are doing the same. So they also have the appropriate mood in the comments and any lost navalnonok will be buried with minuses easily and naturally. And there are much fewer "propagandists", because there are more adequate people. But navalnata can believe in their 70 percent, and then shout that everything around is falsified.
                    At the expense of primitive comments, you are only showing your stupidity. Both sides have a lot to say. Otherwise there would be nothing to argue about.
                  3. Arkharov Offline
                    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 20 July 2020 16: 22
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                    I also do not agree, I haven’t signed anything there, it is clear that “he” sees that a person, in principle, is to some extent interested in politics, and slips любые articles on this topic. Once again - any !!! And it happens very much, as you do not say "propaganda" orientation. In any case, this is what happens to me, and sometimes I literally feel sick from what I read. But the ratio of pros and cons does not really depend on whether it was written by a "kremlebot" or a frostbitten "navalnist". Still, the number of adequate people, judging by the reaction, in the form of pluses and minuses, oddly enough, is more often found.
  • Sergey Altay Offline
    Sergey Altay (Sergey Altai) 30 July 2020 21: 07
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    And in Russia and the DPR dual citizenship is not prohibited, and most importantly, as in the "Banderstat", the Nazis will not persecute them.
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    King3214 (Sergius) 17 July 2020 14: 38
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    It was necessary to immediately begin rocket attacks on the dam under construction and invoice Ukraine for the cost of the missiles spent on the destruction of the dam.
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      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 17 July 2020 16: 05
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      And what is the little things? So that the whole world does not immediately sniff you, is it all the same to you all the enemies everywhere? I was always interested in where those who want "the whole world to dust" come from? Even with myself personally and, it seems, with great pleasure. Indeed, in which case, someone will observe all this from the bunkers, and you and I will be from the balconies.
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        King3214 (Sergius) 19 July 2020 22: 18
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        We are not liberals ...
  • steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 17 July 2020 14: 50
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    Putin has his own cunning plan. And he will not be likened to some kind of Israel. This is not our method.

    The talker bird is distinguished by a special mind and ingenuity.
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      123 (123) 17 July 2020 15: 52
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      You forgot to add your mantra about the lack of education.
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  • gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 17 July 2020 15: 02
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    Act like Israel: in Russia they proposed to radically solve the problem of water in the Crimea

    - Personally, a month and a half ago I already stated about the same ...
    - And now ... - less than half a year has passed ... as already striking the dam, which does not allow the Dnieper water to flow into the Crimea ... - today many don’t seem so ... mmmm .., to say the least .. .- "unreal" ...
  • Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 17 July 2020 15: 11
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    For this, Russia doesn’t need to raise airplanes either, just cruise missiles. What is needed is an order from the Kremlin, and not only water and Kherson, but Odessa will also return to Russia.
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      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 17 July 2020 16: 08
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      There would be an order, a lot of things can be done. Do you think the whole thing is only in order?
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        Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 17 July 2020 16: 13
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        I am sure so. Senya Yatsenyuk's fence will stop the tank units standing near Boguchar for 5 minutes, no more, the tankers will laugh, then they will go further.
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          Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 17 July 2020 16: 17
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          Those. do you propose, in front of the whole world, to take and unleash an aggressive, aggressive war in the center of Europe in the 21st century?
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            Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 17 July 2020 22: 57
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            They seize other people's territories, liberate their territories. In front of the eyes of the whole world, the Banderaites staged a genocide of the Russian people, and the United States had the audacity to make a film in which the animal, Basayev, who killed women and children, is called a freedom fighter. You need to put such (fighters) on a stake, right at the fence of the US Embassy, ​​so that you can better see this fight against flies ... Something, when the terrorists staged explosions in the US itself, the rotten inhabitants of Washington did not call them freedom fighters ...
          2. Denis Grushchenko (Denis Grushchenko) 18 July 2020 05: 44
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            It is necessary to raise the quote who said that Israel has the right to water, and referring to it, say that the Crimeans also have the right to water.
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    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 17 July 2020 15: 54
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    Also, Egypt must strike at the dam on the Nile. In general, it’s time to start the “humanitarian bombing”.
    The problem of Crimea’s water supply can be solved by building a nuclear power plant following Shevchenko’s example. It is expensive and long. Plus a tectonic situation. Need expert opinion. Water supply from the Krasnodar Territory looks more cost-effective. All the same, this problem must be solved. Without Ukraine.
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      Magog (Gog Magog) 18 July 2020 11: 58
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      I did not understand about the nuclear power plant. In Crimea, they have already begun to build such a station: it's good that they were smart enough not to finish building it!
  • Alexzn Offline
    Alexzn (Alexander) 17 July 2020 16: 06
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    Some kind of left note. First of all, why did the Arab League dragged along, which decided to build the dam, did they list 7 countries? The dam on Yarmouk was built by the Syrians. Yes, Israel attacked facilities where they tried to shut off the water, something similar happened in the Syrian north, where Syria tried to shut off water sources to Turkey. All this took place, but it is not clear how this is related to the situation in Crimea? It is not about a natural source of water, but about an artificial canal owned by Ukraine. No international law can oblige Ukraine to supply someone with water, especially to the Crimea, which they consider their own.
    Here we can talk about the immorality of the Ukrainian position, and not about legality. And the possibility of bombing a dam in Ukraine is stupid.
    1. Bakht Offline
      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 18 July 2020 12: 47
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      There is no law, but there are UN and EU conventions on the use of watercourses. And Ukraine has ratified them.
      The idea of ​​bombing the dam, of course, is not a sensible idea, but the likelihood of a war due to the restriction of water supply is quite likely in Africa.
      This is hardly applicable to Crimea specifically, because there are certainly other ways to solve the problem. For example, the introduction of "comprehensive sanctions" against Ukraine. Refusal to supply water to Crimea has a purely political motivation, despite the economic benefits. The Russian Federation's retaliatory measures should also be exclusively politically motivated, despite the economic losses.
      The problem is not the dam or the money. The problem is the Kremlin's indecision.
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    Alexzn (Alexander) 17 July 2020 16: 34
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    Quote: Bakht
    Also, Egypt must strike at the dam on the Nile. And in general, it's time to start "humanitarian bombing".
    The problem of Crimea’s water supply can be solved by building a nuclear power plant following Shevchenko’s example. It is expensive and long. Plus a tectonic situation. Need expert opinion. Water supply from the Krasnodar Territory looks more cost-effective. All the same, this problem must be solved. Without Ukraine

    Definitely. Desalination plants needed. In a strange way, the example of Israel with the bombing of dams 50 years ago comes up, instead of the example of how Israel receives up to a third of its fresh water by desalination of sea water.
    1. Bakht Offline
      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 18 July 2020 12: 31
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      Desalination of water is energy intensive. And this is also a problem on the peninsula.
      Nuclear power plants for water desalination were practically tested in Shevchenko. The result seems to be positive. It will also help solve problems with the peninsula's electricity supply. The region's seismicity remains a problem. That is why I wrote about the need for expert opinion. First of all, seismologists, nuclear engineers and builders. We can only guess.
      A very good solution would be to build a floating nuclear power plant. But there are complications. First of all, how can you lead it to the Black Sea? So the construction of a nuclear power plant can possibly solve a lot of problems.
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    Cheburashk (Vladimir) 17 July 2020 19: 26
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    It’s easy to say act like Israel. In 1967 there were completely different times and situations. Now everything is completely different; now there is no USSR and the power that existed.
    The impact on the dam will be perceived in the world only as an attack (long-awaited for the authorities in Kiev) on Ukraine. Russia is already directly accused of aggression and with all the ensuing consequences.
    International law, in fact, is respected only by Russia. The rest, if it is to their advantage.
  • Xuli (o) Tebenado 17 July 2020 20: 42
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    In my humble opinion, the engineering troops of Russia should begin preparatory work for the construction of a new, artificial Dnieper riverbed bypassing the territory of the Outskirts.
    The source of the Dnieper is located in the Smolensk region; further, approximately from Orsha, it is necessary to redirect the channel to the other side from Kiev ... And the borderlands will cross without the Dnieper.
    1. Arkharov Offline
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 07: 59
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      Having plundered half of its territory? Great offer !!!
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        assault 2019 (assault 2019) 18 July 2020 09: 48
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        Where there is water, there is life!

        If you do it wisely, then the south of Russia together with the Dnieper water will receive a tremendous impetus in development !!!
      2. Xuli (o) Tebenado 18 July 2020 09: 54
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        Well, if you are not able to create something without being rude, then this is only your personal difficulties.
    2. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 18 July 2020 10: 43
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      The diversion of the waters of the upper reaches of the Dnieper to the chernozem regions of the Russian Federation, the idea is correct. Today the contours of wars for water have already been outlined, such a diversion to the topic of such events. The idea is not bad, it requires a good study. To direct along the channels of small rivers to the Don basin and to irrigate the black earth, for the climate is expected to be drier ... The water supply of Crimea does not fit here, so the decisions are different, the first to collect, if possible, all precipitation in the reservoirs of the Crimea, to reduce water loss and unnecessary evaporation by wiring in covered canals etc ... Measures should be different, which together will give a sufficient amount of water. Of course, it would be more accurate to launch the Dnieper Canal, but the pumping capacities there have already been plundered and a new restoration is needed ...
  • Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 17 July 2020 21: 05
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    It was proposed to discuss the option, and in response to some obscure accusations .. Probably the accusers are also not citizens of the Russian Federation ... Blocking the existing channel and accessing the necessary water to the residents of Crimea is a humanitarian crime. Criminals are supposed to be judged, so to bring charges against Crimean citizens to the Ukrainian government and those responsible for blocking the canal to international courts ... In the event of a slip with the courts, a forceful solution to the humanitarian catastrophe is possible, because the full right to receive water through existing channels is the right to receive water for side of the victims of a humanitarian crime ...
    1. Cheburashk Offline
      Cheburashk (Vladimir) 17 July 2020 22: 21
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      Dear, what are the international courts? There already exists the guilt of Russia in advance, to start a war by destroying the blockage of the channel, then we will immediately receive a charge of aggression against Ukraine. Russia is already accused of all sins with and without reason. You don't need to wave a club with a special mind, here you have to think about how to do everything right.
      And humanitarian crimes (will come up) will be attributed faster to Russia than to Ukraine, and Donbass is an example of this. All, in fact, leading countries consider Crimea to be Ukrainian. And how do you order then to understand the Russian database in relation to water supply?
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    Alexzn (Alexander) 17 July 2020 22: 24
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    Quote: Vladimir Tuzakov
    It was proposed to discuss the option, and in response to some obscure accusations .. Probably the accusers are also not citizens of the Russian Federation ... Blocking the existing channel and accessing the necessary water to the residents of Crimea is a humanitarian crime. Criminals are supposed to be judged, so to bring charges against Crimean citizens to the Ukrainian government and those responsible for blocking the canal to international courts ... In the event of a slip with the courts, a forceful solution to the humanitarian catastrophe is possible, because the full right to receive water through existing channels is the right to receive water for side of the victims of a humanitarian crime ...

    You have a weird approach. Russia took Crimea away from Ukraine and therefore ... Ukraine must supply water. Ukrainians are criminals because they do not want to supply their water to Crimea, which is not Ukrainian. Am I missing something? And if they don’t, then we use cruise missiles.
    The problem does exist, but it is not legal, more precisely, not entirely legal and not at all unambiguous. Ukraine's behavior is immoral, but I do not see international laws that can oblige to drive their water through their own canal to not their own territory, which is not yet recognized by the world community as Russian. Today it is absolutely clear that Russia must and will solve the problem without the participation of Ukraine.
    1. begemot20091 Offline
      begemot20091 (begemot20091) 18 July 2020 06: 20
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      But I see. Crimea has never been Ukrainian. And it never will !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And therefore the dam on the Dnieper near Smolensk. And then you can regulate the flow of water. The Cossack and Chumak canoes will scurry from the left bank to the right, but ... Now every bird will fly not only to the middle of the Dnieper ...
    2. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 18 July 2020 09: 43
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      Distinguish between the vital interests of citizens and the government, these are two big differences ... The question of citizens, they are an object of politics, not a subject, which is the government ... Therefore, all claims regarding Crimea are against the government, and citizens should be provided with everything necessary, otherwise it is a CRIME for all world standards and jurisprudence ...
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      meandr51 (Andrei) 18 July 2020 14: 40
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      There is a law on actions in emergency situations. And it doesn't matter who sees what or doesn't see where ...
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    Potapov (Valery) 18 July 2020 08: 25
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    Who are you and what are going to prove. Demschiz wind in my head has been playing for 30 years, it won't play enough. The lackeys of the State Department and the IMF in the country's leadership are still hoping for Florida. For a holiday deserved by the sale of the interests of the Motherland ...
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    michael (michael) 18 July 2020 10: 40
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    Is it weak, like Israel, to establish the desalination and drip irrigation industry? So that the great Russian landowners in LDNR knock out Israeli carrots and flowers from Moscow stores and finally start earning money.
  • We need to build atomic desalination plants.
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      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 July 2020 11: 11
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      Why not hydrogen?
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    Glenni (Andrei) 18 July 2020 12: 41
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    How interesting, but there is no way to tell the truth? They didn't pay for water at all.
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    senima56 (Nikolai) 18 July 2020 12: 59
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    Do Israel?

    The United States is always behind Israel, and therefore

    the military action of Tel Aviv received no condemnation in the world.

    Russia did not inflict "air strikes" on foreign territory, but even without this the howl rose all over the world, and even if it hits ...
    There is no need to bomb anything and persuade anyone, we must ourselves solve the problem of water supply to Crimea! After all, several options were immediately proposed, including: the transfer of water from the Kuban through the pipeline and the construction of desalination plants (by the way, as in Israel)!
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    vladimir mudov (vladimir mudov) 18 July 2020 13: 44
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    While Putin is in power, there will be no "actions" on the part of Russia, with regard to Ukraine! In Ukraine, a generation has already been growing for 7 years that hates Russia and everything Russian! Putin about Ukraine ... is a crime against the Russian world! And you will have to answer for it!
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    Alexzn (Alexander) 18 July 2020 13: 58
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    Quote: Bakht
    FNPP

    I note that in Israel there are no nuclear power plants, electric power stations operate on gas, and there are a lot of gas sources near the Crimea.
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      Satellite (Satellite) 18 July 2020 14: 10
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      I will note that there is no nuclear power plant in Israel

      But they are building in the Negev desert. Why, if there is enough gas?)
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      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 18 July 2020 22: 25
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      Nearby, this is not Crimea. Gas comes from the Krasnodar Territory. I was not specifically interested, but the Crimeans can say what the situation with gas supply in Crimea is.
      When the pipeline was reoriented from Bulgaria to Turkey, I all hoped that it would be carried through the Crimea. But they didn’t. I don’t know why. Maybe it was technically difficult, maybe for other reasons.
      In any case, the project needs to be worked out first. Is there gas in Crimea to build a couple more power plants?
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        Cat Vaska (Vaska the cat) 25 July 2020 22: 17
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        Ask what the foreign SHELL and CHEVRON were looking for in the Tarkhankut area ...
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          Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 25 July 2020 22: 38
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          How I do not like riddles .... If only they gave a link.
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          Well, I looked: Zadornenskoye gas field. Practically worked out. Where were Shell and Chevron looking? At what depth, on land or at sea? What are the stocks?
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            Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 25 July 2020 22: 41
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            Probably the answer is here:

            https://oilcapital.ru/article/general/30-05-2018/krymskiy-shelf-mnogo-gaza-i-politicheskih-problem
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    meandr51 (Andrei) 18 July 2020 14: 38
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    You just need to negotiate with Israel so that its air force inflicted an air strike on the dam's coming out. As a last resort, draw the Israeli Star of David on the wings of our Su-24 and Tu-22M3. No one will say a word ...
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    Alexzn (Alexander) 18 July 2020 14: 57
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    Quote: Satellite
    I will note that there is no nuclear power plant in Israel

    But they are building in the Negev desert. Why, if there is enough gas?)

    The construction of a nuclear power plant is not foreseen in the foreseeable future. Until now, there is not even an expert opinion on the appropriateness of such. With the fall in gas prices, the feasibility of building a nuclear power plant becomes questionable.
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      Monster_Fat (What's the difference) 18 July 2020 20: 39
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      It is not necessary to bomb the dams, but to adopt another experience of Israel in providing the country with water - atomic desalination plants and underground reservoirs. I look at the Kremlin, except how to pump out the ready-made from the ground, to "build something" "complex" does not have enough brains, and their hangers-on - "poztreots" - except how to "bomb", also does not pull .. ...
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        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 18 July 2020 22: 30
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        Well, they don't just know how to pump out. They can build something.

        https://www.rosenergoatom.ru/development/innovatsionnye-razrabotki/razrabotka-proektov-aes-s-reaktorami-novogo-pokoleniya/plavuchie-atomnye-teploelektrostantsii-pates/
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      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 18 July 2020 22: 28
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      The price of gas (as well as oil) is jumping like a goat on the lawn. And the need for electricity is always there. Nobody knows what the price of gas (oil) will be next week. And charging at a nuclear power plant is designed for 10-12 years.
      The construction of a nuclear power plant is a process for years and for another decades of operation. So, referring to the decline in gas prices last month is somehow not serious.
  • alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 18 July 2020 23: 42
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    Bullshit ... Yes, the current regime will never dare to such a feat ..
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    Alexzn (Alexander) 19 July 2020 07: 55
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    Quote: Bakht
    The price of gas (as well as oil) is jumping like a goat on the lawn. And the need for electricity is always there. Nobody knows what the price of gas (oil) will be next week. And charging at a nuclear power plant is designed for 10-12 years.
    The construction of a nuclear power plant is a process for years and for another decades of operation. So, referring to the decline in gas prices last month is somehow not serious.

    Gas in any case is a cheap source of energy, and the atom is very controversial.
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    vladimost (Vlad) 19 July 2020 14: 11
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    The under-republics sitting on the neck of Russia have settled down and are beginning to hint at more that we should do for them. Someone surprised?
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    Bitter Truths (Roman Malygin) 19 July 2020 14: 31
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    It seems to me that various "historians" are especially needed there, to write different stories. So that even after 100 years, children from the unrecognized "republics" could read about the glorious military campaigns of their grandfathers and great-grandfathers.

    So far, the Ukrainians are especially famous for this, from whom the Neanderthals descended and who dug the Black Sea))
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    The same (Joe the Lemonade) 27 July 2020 22: 18
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    Act like Israel, but not 1967, but 2017. What happened in 2017? And the fact that thanks to the technologies of extracting oxen from the atmosphere and desalination of the sea, in the conditions of drought, the country exporting not only kiwi and strawberries, but also potatoes with carrots to Russia, did not even feel a shortage of water.

    Act like the Portuguese in Madeira, where there are no natural sources of water, finally.