Kherson deputies voted for the appeal to the power about inadmissibility of water supply to occupied Crimea
At a session of the Kherson City Council on July 9, deputies voted to appeal to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, the Verkhovna Rada and the Prime Minister about the inadmissibility of water supply to occupied Crimea.
Crimea.Realities reports about it.
32 deputies voted in favor, 10 did not vote for this appeal.
It is noted that activists came to the meeting with posters and appeals: "You can't water the occupiers".
As the deputy Sergey Voloshinov declared before voting, it is necessary to stop any insinuations concerning water supply to occupied Crimea. He stressed that it was unacceptable to "water the occupiers, provide water for businesses and military bases".
As the Kherson mayor Vladimir Nikolayenko specified at meeting, in the text all disputable moments were removed and deputies will vote for the edited document.
What is known
- On June 11, at the session of the Kherson City Council, deputies did not vote for this appeal.
- The occupiers brought the North Crimean canal in Crimea to a state of emergency. Its course in the area of the occupied Armyansk and Dzhankoi is in a state of emergency and unusable.
- As of June 1, the level of filling of reservoirs of natural runoff of Crimea was 2.3 times lower than before the summer of last year.
- The occupying "chairman" of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, called this year one of the driest for the peninsula in 150 years. The most tense situation this year due to lack of precipitation is in occupied Simferopol.