The head of the Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, called “impenetrable cynicism” the statements of representatives of the Kiev authorities about possible negotiations on the resumption of water supply in the event of a humanitarian disaster on the peninsula, RIA Novosti reports.
Konstantinov believes that by his statement Kravchuk made it clear that “Ukraine’s efforts are aimed at causing a humanitarian catastrophe in Crimea.” The parliamentarian noted that in “their dreams for these negotiations, we must crawl on our knees,” calling this position “impenetrable cynicism.”
Earlier it was reported that the Crimean authorities are planning to sue Ukraine over the water, energy and transport block. The amount of damage from the water blockade is estimated at 1.47 trillion rubles. At the same time, work is underway to assess the damage from the energy and transport blockades, and claims will also be filed as a result.