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Crimea turns into a desert after Ukraine has restricted its supply. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Ukraine on the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced persons George Tooke, “Glavred”reports.
“There are satellite images (and we have them posted on the website), indicating that in the Northern part of the Crimean Peninsula has already gone the process of the revival of the desert, where the region was before the time of accession to Ukraine,” said Tuck.
According to him, the last shots were taken in the spring, when the vegetable shoots green color. “The satellite images clearly visible areas where there are this green color, and sandy. These images allow us to trace the dynamics of the process, they were made for several years,” says the official.
The Deputy Minister said that Ukraine has limited the supply of the Crimean industrial enterprises, which were “in the hands of the invaders” and voluntarily “was integrated into the Russian economy.”
“The mechanism that was applied in Ukraine, I believe effective and painful. Unfortunately, painful not only for the Kremlin or Simferopol elite, but also for themselves Crimeans,” said Tuck.
The official added that he sees acceptable circumstances for the resumption of water supply. “There is only one requirement — free our territory and leave. Then the next day the Crimean channel will work again,” concluded Tuck.
Earlier the George Tooke called Donbass fetters on Russia and predicted his transformation into a “dead, depressive territory”.
In September, the representative of the President of Ukraine in Crimea Borys Babin, whose office is located in Kherson, said that Kiev, at any cost, will give the Peninsula the water.
At the end of August in the Crimean town of Armyansk there was a release of chemicals, because of which the inhabitants complained of an indisposition. The cause of the incident authorities called a shallowing of kilocalories at the plant “Crimean Titan”. Before it was diluted with water coming through the North-Crimean channel, but after the return of Crimea to Russia in 2014, Ukraine stopped the water supply.
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