Satellite monitoring of Crimea shows that “more than 70% of the normal vegetation is completely drying out,”
Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Satellite monitoring of Crimea shows that “more than 70% of the normal vegetation is completely drying out,”

Satellite monitoring of Crimea shows that “more than 70% of the normal vegetation is completely drying out,” Yuriy Hrymchak, Ukraine’s Deputy Minister for temporarily occupied areas and internally displaced persons, tells UNIAN. The drying out of the peninsula’s interior is caused by the drought affecting mainland Ukraine and the cutoff of irrigation water from Ukraine to Crimea, which is under Russian control.

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