Ukraine’s water blockade of Crimea should stay, because it’s working

Edited by: Alya Shandra After Russia’s occupation of Crimea in 2014, Ukraine ceased supplying water to this naturally arid region with only 400 mm of annual fallout. Before the occupation, water was supplied to Crimea by the North Crimean Canal. Today, a dam blocks the canal on the administrative border with Ukraine’s Kherson Oblast. The … Continue reading Ukraine’s water blockade of Crimea should stay, because it’s working