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In the North-Crimean channel flowed water from two reservoirs

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In the North-Crimean channel flowed water from two reservoirs



The water of the Biyuk-Karasu River and two reservoirs in the piedmont part of Crimea enters the North-Crimean Canal, deserted after Ukraine’s decision to cut off supplies of Dnieper water to the Crimea, the public council at the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia said.

According to the head of the ministry Sergey Donskoy, the supply of water to the North-Crimean Canal was resumed on May 12. "This was made possible thanks to the high pace of construction of the infrastructure necessary to connect the river and the canal. It began in late April and was completed in early May. The total cost of the work was 5,5 million rubles," said Donskoy.

Along the channel of the Biyuk-Karasu river, the North-Crimean canal receives water from the Taigan and Belogorsk reservoirs, which are located in the river bed.

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is ready to resume deliveries of Dnieper water to the Crimea along the North-Crimean Canal. This was stated by a member of the Presidium of the State Council of Crimea, Oedip Gafarov, after negotiations with the head of the channel.
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  1. mad
    mad 17 May 2014 06: 21
    +11
    So we'll see more Crimean wine harvest 2014 year. A wonderful year for the Crimea)
    1. andj61
      andj61 17 May 2014 06: 27
      +4
      Quote: mad
      So we'll see more Crimean wine harvest 2014 year. A wonderful year for the Crimea)

      Wine in 2014 will be more expensive, it will be less, but it will be much better! But the rice will be gone! We must find an asymmetric answer, while punishing not Ukraine, but the specific perpetrators.
      1. Duke
        Duke 17 May 2014 06: 48
        +4
        In Crimea, military builders lay a conduit to Feodosia
        The authorities fear that soon the city may face a shortage of water. The pipe will stretch for 24 kilometers - from a large Subash spring.
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 21 November 2018 13: 36
          0
          it was reported that Ukraine was ready to resume supplies of Dnieper water to the Crimea

          These can poison water, or they can guess the moment again to shut off so that they would bring the greatest damage.
          While the junta is in Kiev, serious long-term agreements cannot be concluded.
      2. alauda1038
        alauda1038 17 May 2014 14: 58
        +1
        Ukraine is better to feel on yourself
    2. Horn
      Horn 17 May 2014 07: 41
      +7
      In a dry year, grapes are sweeter. Wine is better.
  2. Mihail177
    Mihail177 17 May 2014 06: 25
    +13
    Ukrainians are fools - mulyards owe us money, so we also turned off the water. Hmm, dill business!
  3. Buran
    Buran 17 May 2014 06: 30
    +2
    All the same, Crimea is an island! Interestingly, it is called the unsinkable aircraft carrier. And in order to drown (harm) him, the junta decided to deprive him of water. wassat
    1. RAA
      RAA 17 May 2014 07: 39
      +1
      Wait for the floods. When the canal is filled with its water from Ukraine, they will immediately give more.
  4. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 17 May 2014 06: 33
    0
    Good news in the morning! How Crimean peasants felt better at heart! So now the Crimean Tatars riot on May 18 is preparing again on the instructions of Biden!
    1. queen
      queen 17 May 2014 07: 02
      +3
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      Crimean Tatars riot on May 18

      I don’t know, I’m 23 going to the Crimea, to the Tatars, so they are only happy to join Russia. But I also know that among them there are many radical ones.
      1. RAA
        RAA 17 May 2014 07: 27
        +1
        Mejlis workers with pro-Russian Tatars crack down cruelly, but they will not be intimidated.
        1. queen
          queen 17 May 2014 07: 30
          +3
          It was fun when I woke up with a Tatar ... they wanted to marry me, there are people with humor)
          1. xan
            xan 17 May 2014 09: 10
            +5
            Quote: regin
            It was fun when I woke up with a Tatar ... they wanted to marry me, there are people with humor)

            I’m lucky that I didn’t wake up with a Tatar. Would get married
  5. dFG
    dFG 17 May 2014 06: 48
    +7
    Well, what can I say one more visor in the hands of Ukrainians less, these two issues were originally technical 1 water and 2 power supply ... the first one started to solve and the result went, now the cable is pulled through the strait and all independent workers can forget about the territory of Crimea))) ) RF Respect
  6. Kaigal
    Kaigal 17 May 2014 07: 01
    +9
    To this junta, I would shut off the gas in winter, so that I understand how to turn off the water in summer.
    1. mamont5
      mamont5 17 May 2014 07: 45
      +1
      Quote: Kaigal
      To this junta, I would shut off the gas in winter, so that I understand how to turn off the water in summer.


      So already from June 3, they will turn the crane on. There is no money either.
    2. xan
      xan 17 May 2014 09: 13
      0
      Quote: Kaigal
      To this junta, I would shut off the gas in winter, so that I understand how to turn off the water in summer.

      The cattle, of course, turned off the water, killed the rice crop, and now they are ready to serve again. Such things must be remembered and conclusions drawn.
  7. Sasha75
    Sasha75 17 May 2014 07: 10
    +6
    Wine grapes without sucrose water have a richer taste and it is not watered with rice and will not be this year, but again this rice was sold to Ukraine and again they rake for currency, which they would not buy, which means they would be without rice, and the Tatars PU didn’t in vain remind them of the suffering of the people, they will suffer if Kadyrov doesn’t change his mind on the exercises in Crimea)))))) and that’s all.
  8. KBPC50
    KBPC50 17 May 2014 07: 11
    0
    Quote: Kaigal
    To this junta, I would shut off the gas in winter, so that I understand how to turn off the water in summer.

    True as twice two!
  9. ALEX74
    ALEX74 17 May 2014 07: 16
    0
    Gas needs to be shut off now, so that they do not have time to make supplies. And if they steal, the geyropa will immediately stop its sussing with Bendera.
  10. sv68
    sv68 17 May 2014 07: 38
    +3
    Kiev’s bastards will be stubborn to do nasty things to our Crimea. Russia has its own threaded bolt for each fascist ass-we’ll drive it through the Maidan fool
    1. xan
      xan 17 May 2014 09: 24
      +2
      Dill has no methods against Russia, no. Dill could remain the same on the map only if it was really friendly Russia from the very beginning of its independence. Well, no, and no trial.
      Why would the cunning self-styled border-goers have such an unfriendly state as Russia? Masochism of pure water, as in the Baltic states.
  11. mamont5
    mamont5 17 May 2014 07: 44
    +3
    "Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is ready to resume the supply of Dnieper water to Crimea through the North Crimean Canal. This was stated by a member of the Presidium of the State Council of Crimea Oedip Gafarov following negotiations with the head of the canal department."

    And now, with a calm soul, you can send the great-blood on a long erotic journey. Let them stay with their dam. They wanted to break some money faster and more, but it turned out that they themselves remained in the burnout. It’s always like that in life - the avaricious pays twice.
    1. xan
      xan 17 May 2014 09: 25
      0
      Quote: mamont5
      It’s always like that in life - the avaricious pays twice.

      And stupid three times.
  12. pticas
    pticas 17 May 2014 07: 51
    +6
    Grapes do not require water for irrigation, it is comfortable and with a sufficient amount of natural precipitation.
    But the rice industry has always been surprising. In the Crimea, it seems to me more reasonable to develop the cultivation of fruits, nuts, grapes. The truth is that reorientation to these types of production will require long-term investments (4-5) years before the first harvest. So, so far everything will go at a snail's pace, unfortunately.
    1. Eugene
      Eugene 17 May 2014 08: 08
      +3
      Indeed, Crimean plantings, planted with acacia and maklura, always surprise you. Some simple trees like apricots and nuts grow successfully interspersed with them. And the water must be in time before planting tomatoes and other watermelons in the fields.
  13. Andrey44
    Andrey44 17 May 2014 08: 04
    +3
    Quote: andj61
    Quote: mad
    So we'll see more Crimean wine harvest 2014 year. A wonderful year for the Crimea)

    Wine in 2014 will be more expensive, it will be less, but it will be much better! But the rice will be gone! We must find an asymmetric answer, while punishing not Ukraine, but the specific perpetrators.

    Well, how to punish "specific guilty persons"? To adequately respond to every attack by Kiev - for example, to stop importing Ukrainian products to Russia (we don't really need it). Would you say that this will hit not only their oligarchs, but "ordinary workers"? For that will add our jobs. Let the Ukrainian "workers" protest against the policy of their authorities, otherwise they have only spit on Russia for twenty years and demand "fraternal" discounts on gas. What for? For me, such "relatives" are worse than open enemies. It turns out we feed the Bandera people too. Healthy pragmatism must be present in relations with Ukraine. Only pro-Russian-minded people should be actively supported and there is no need to be ashamed of such a position.
  14. common man
    common man 17 May 2014 08: 09
    +2
    ... "Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is ready to resume the supply of Dnieper water to Crimea via the North Crimean Canal."
    Let them now sell the Dnieper water to the OJSC "Black Sea". And they ask for money from uncle Chernomor and his 33 heroes.
    1. xan
      xan 17 May 2014 09: 17
      0
      They killed a rice crop, and now they want to sell water.
      Dill they are such dill.
      1. zennon
        zennon 17 May 2014 12: 33
        0
        Quote: xan
        They killed a rice crop, and now they want to sell water.
        Dill they are such dill.

        Nothing, in the Krasnodar Territory rice is grown more than in the Crimea.
  15. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 17 May 2014 08: 21
    0
    This junta would not be bad at all to shut off oxygen, in Kiev there are a lot of lampposts, enough for the whole gang and the faster, the better.
  16. Poldol
    Poldol 17 May 2014 08: 39
    +1
    "Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is ready to resume the supply of Dnieper water to Crimea through the North Crimean Canal. This was stated by a member of the Presidium of the State Council of Crimea Oedip Gafarov following negotiations with the head of the canal department."

    "We don't get this gangrene. And don't get it for free." This Dnieper water is not something to drink, but you can't even wash in it. Only wash cars at a car wash (and that is still in question). Pollution for harmful and toxic substances exceeds the MPC several times. The earth has already been dirtied with this water. Although Crimea is very rich in groundwater. And instead of growing rice, you need to return to growing durum wheat (very valuable and expensive) and corn. They don't need watering. So it was before in the USSR.
  17. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 17 May 2014 08: 47
    0
    Independence is worth the investment ... next in line is the bridge and highway to Krasnodar
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 17 May 2014 10: 54
      +2
      Quote: silberwolf88
      Independence is worth the investment ... next in line is the bridge and highway to Krasnodar

      As for me, it is easier and cheaper to chop off the entire south and east along the Dnieper ...
      somewhere like that, plus Sumy, Chernihiv, Cherkasy and Poltava ...
  18. skylare
    skylare 17 May 2014 09: 15
    +1
    Another very important step towards the final independence of Crimea from Ukraine. Well done!
  19. Simon
    Simon 17 May 2014 09: 30
    0
    Well, that they wiped the nose of Kiev henchmen, now they are left without money !!! tongue laughing
  20. xan
    xan 17 May 2014 09: 34
    +2
    Crimea will not be poor, Crimea will be a rich region, maybe even a donor region, don’t go to your grandmother. There will be infrastructure, s / x, and something else, and the people there are educated, the loot from Russia will flow like in Sochi.
    In fairness, Crimea should be Russian, it is Russian. Well, where should there be dill resentment? Well, maybe only due to the fact that obviously rest in the Crimea will rise in price and become beyond the means of many Ukrainians.
    1. zennon
      zennon 17 May 2014 12: 36
      0
      Quote: xan
      Well, maybe only due to the fact that obviously rest in the Crimea will rise in price and will not be affordable for many Ukrainians.

      Enough! We rested. Will be with them. Let now rest in Chernobyl.
  21. Cristall
    Cristall 17 May 2014 10: 01
    +2
    the opinion of some Ukrainians - "these traitors generally need to be disconnected from water, electricity and other things that come from the mainland"; the opinion of other Ukrainians is impossible, there are still our citizens, this is genocide of their own (considering that they live in "temporarily occupied territories")
    There are quite inadequate people who don’t feel sorry for Crimea either, and Donetsk and Lugansk are ready to let them go — they will sing to the tune, let’s release subsidies and we will develop ... Take from them the Odessa region — they will develop along the path of the Central African Republic .... (sad joke)
    And there are adequates - I even offered to establish the opportunity to vote for Ukrainians of Crimea, those who have a Ukrainian passport on May 25 ... talked about it ..
    It’s just that you hear better inadequate ... they shout louder and hater ..
    As for rice ... Crimean is not bad - but Kilian is cheaper (water is better here) .. besides Ukrainian rice successfully competes with imported Egyptian .. Ukrainian suppliers are unlikely to buy Crimean ... rather Kilian (though the price will probably rise previously the presence of the Crimean created price competition)
    What is it with the University of Tavria? After all, our university has an exchange with him .. our 2nd year there goes to practice every year ... now what will happen with the 3rd year (which goes to St. Petersburg) ...
    what is still happening is that it’s not getting fit into the head ...
  22. kelevra
    kelevra 17 May 2014 10: 23
    0
    This is the work of engineers! Top class, for such a time and such indicators!
  23. Aleksandr89
    Aleksandr89 17 May 2014 22: 03
    +1
    It was necessary to politely pick up the canal and adjacent territories for a long time.
  24. PValery53
    PValery53 18 May 2014 02: 50
    0
    "Mutually beneficial cooperation" should suit Ukraine: they turn on the water meter for us in Crimea - we turn on the meter for the Dnieper water from the Smolensk region. Barter is barter! - Otherwise, the entire Dnieper will flow past Ukraine!
  25. Ksergey
    Ksergey 21 November 2018 20: 55
    0
    I wonder how Israel provides itself with water. They are also not rich in water.