Russians turn river into swamp in Mariupol, there is stench in city

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DIANA KRECHETOVA – WEDNESDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2022
Another environmental problem has emerged in temporarily occupied Mariupol: the local river is turning into a swamp due to the actions of the Russian invaders.
This is reported by Petro Andriushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, via Telegram
As Andrushchenko reports, in Mariupol, in the area of ​​the bridge over the Kalchik River on Makara-Mazaia Street, the occupying forces dismantled an artificial hydraulic structure that was built about 20 years ago. His task was to ensure the appropriate water level and speed of water flow in the river, which made it possible to avoid waterlogging of the Kalchik River in the urban area.
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“This dam was built 15-20 years ago during the construction of Extreme Park and the improvement of Luhopark. He no longer exists. But it has many consequences,” emphasizes Andriushchenko.
As a result of the destruction of the mini dam, the course of the river slowed down and the reservoir took on an unnatural color. The Kalchik river turns into a swamp.
In places where the river flows, it also stinks throughout the city. Andriushchenko emphasizes that the actions and consequences of the actions of the Russian invaders are an environmental crime.
"The whole river in the city stinks of suppuration. Aside from destroying the city's natural water supply system, the flow of fresh water to Azov is reduced.
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Why they did this is not known. Maybe these fools thought that there was also "Azov's headquarters", or maybe they just itched their fingers. But the fact remains. Everything that Russia touches in Mariupol turns to ashes and rot," emphasizes the mayor's adviser.
The destruction of the mini-dam and the resulting waterlogging of the river are two of the many examples of ecocide committed by the Russians in Mariupol.
In May it was reported that the city was at risk of environmental catastrophe due to the decomposing bodies of murdered residents, constant bombing, and huge amounts of rubbish and refuse. Only in June, according to the city council, Mariupol was flooded with mountains of uncollected garbage, which should not be disposed of until the end of winter.
The above list of reasons, the heat and the lack of normal access to medicines resulted in 10 to 15 residents a day beginning to complain of symptoms of cholera and dysentery in June.
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