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  • 10 Nov 2016- 13:14 by OOSKAnews Correspondent SIMFEROPOL, Crimea Water levels in Crimea’s reservoirs are continuing to fall, putting future water supply on the peninsula at risk. Crimean blogger Sergey Psarev, who investigated the issue, found that the Izobilnensky Reservoir, which supplies Alushta
  • Water from the Dnieper River has been released ahead of schedule to fill reservoirs in Crimea and supply the Ukrainian peninsula with irrigation and drinking water, regional authorities said last week.
  • Authorities in northern Crimea plan to drill as many as 67 new wells next year to help guarantee drinking water supply in the region, Pavel Burlakov, first deputy prime minister of the Crimean Council for Ministers, said last week.