Water shortage in eastern Ukraine: Russia cannot save industry, heating season is under threat
In the temporarily occupied territories of eastern Ukraine, Russians cannot ensure the normal life of the region's residents due to a shortage of fresh water
The National Resistance Center reports.
According to the Resistance Center, the Russian invaders currently meet the need for water in the occupied eastern regions by only 60%. Therefore, local residents suffer from a shortage of water.
Due to the shortage of fresh water, it is impossible to resume the operation of industrial facilities, especially the petrochemical industry and timber processing. This leads to high unemployment in the region.
In addition, this situation poses a threat to the heating season.
The National Resistance Center emphasizes that under international law, the occupiers are obliged to ensure the livelihoods of the residents of the temporarily occupied areas.
Earlier, in the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk region, local residents complained that the Russian authorities did not remove household waste from yards, thus creating an environmental disaster in the cities.