Deputy Prime Minister for the reintegration of Donbas, Alexei Reznikov, answered the question of when Ukraine will resume supplying water to the annexed Crimea peninsula. According to him, the water of the Dnieper will not go to Crimea until after the occupation of the peninsula.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to the portal DonPress
Oleksiy Reznikov said that Ukraine will not resume water supply to Crimea until after the peninsula has returned to its jurisdiction. He noted that Ukraine’s position on this issue remains unchanged.
In addition, journalists asked Aleksey Reznikov if the issue of water supply for Crimea had been raised during the TKG negotiations in Minsk. To which the Deputy Prime Minister replied:
“The Crimea issue is not discussed during the Minsk talks.”
Earlier, we reported that Reznikov had expressed clear conditions for the elections in Donbas.