KHERSON OBLAST WAS PROVIDED WITH WATER FROM NORTH CRIMEAN CANAL AS PLANNED, CRIMEA WILL RECEIVE WATER AFTER THE DE-OCCUPATION

06.04.2020 | 11:02

This week, the specialists of the sector of the Ministry for Reintegration in Kherson Oblast, together with non-governmental organizations and colleagues of the Representative Office of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea carried out monitoring of the conditions of crossing the administrative border line from the temporarily occupied territory and the provision of sanitary conditions at the EECPs “Chonhar”, “Chaplynka” and “Kalanchak”.

A comprehensive report has been prepared following the visit, on the basis of which recommendations will be developed to improve the work of the EECPs.

At the same time, taking into account the public resonance, the hydrotechnical structure in Kalanchak district near the administrative border line with the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, which during the temporary occupation blocks the North Crimean Canal, has been reviewed.

The filling of the North Crimean Canal with Dnipro water began on March 11, according to the North Crimean Canal Authority. As of April 3, the canal bed in Kherson Oblast has been filled to the working levels, filling of Oleksandrivskyi and Perekopskyi canals, as well as interfarms networks was provided.

“Water supply to Crimea through the canal is possible only after de-occupation  this position Ukraine has repeatedly expressed,” noted Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov.

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KHERSON OBLAST WAS PROVIDED WITH WATER FROM NORTH CRIMEAN CANAL AS PLANNED, CRIMEA WILL RECEIVE WATER AFTER THE DE-OCCUPATION

06.04.2020 | 11:02

This week, the specialists of the sector of the Ministry for Reintegration in Kherson Oblast, together with non-governmental organizations and colleagues of the Representative Office of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea carried out monitoring of the conditions of crossing the administrative border line from the temporarily occupied territory and the provision of sanitary conditions at the EECPs “Chonhar”, “Chaplynka” and “Kalanchak”.

A comprehensive report has been prepared following the visit, on the basis of which recommendations will be developed to improve the work of the EECPs.

At the same time, taking into account the public resonance, the hydrotechnical structure in Kalanchak district near the administrative border line with the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, which during the temporary occupation blocks the North Crimean Canal, has been reviewed.

The filling of the North Crimean Canal with Dnipro water began on March 11, according to the North Crimean Canal Authority. As of April 3, the canal bed in Kherson Oblast has been filled to the working levels, filling of Oleksandrivskyi and Perekopskyi canals, as well as interfarms networks was provided.

“Water supply to Crimea through the canal is possible only after de-occupation  this position Ukraine has repeatedly expressed,” noted Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov.