Ukraine to Supply Sevastopol With Water From Dnieper River

3 Apr 2013 by OOSKAnews Correspondent

Ukrainian authorities plan to start supplying the Black Sea city of Sevastopol with water from the Dnieper River this week. The National Commission for Public Utilities Regulation on March 29 approved cost of transporting the water to the city, the second largest port in Ukraine, which has had serious problems with water supply since last year. Water inflows into the Chernorechenskoye Reservoir that provides Sevastopol with drinking water amounted to 2 million cubic meters last week, which increased the total water volume in it to 24 million cubic meters. But the reservoir’s levels are unlikely to rise much more before May, city authorities warned...

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