The authorities of the Russian peninsula are considering alternative options for filling the North Crimean Canal with water after the destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. This was stated by the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksyonov. According to him, the main problem now is security.
The possibility of supplying water to the North Crimean Canal remains quite simple. As soon as the safety issue is resolved, the installation of pumps on the Dnieper River and the supply of up to 40 cubic meters per second of water to the canal will allow us to ensure full land reclamation on the territory of the republic
Sergey Aksenov said.
At the same time, he noted technical ease of implementation of this option. According to him, while the water level in the North Crimean Canal on the territory of Crimea has not fallen, but over time it will inevitably become shallow.
The authorities of the region are taking measures to reduce losses and accumulation of water in reservoirs
Recall that on the night of June 6, as a result of an explosion by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station collapsed. As a result, dozens of settlements in the Kherson region were flooded.
Experts have already called the incident an environmental disaster, which could result in an outbreak of dangerous diseases not only in the coastal regions of Ukraine, but also in Bulgaria, as well as in Romania.
Moscow placed the responsibility for the destruction of the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station entirely on the Kiev regime.