Kiev will supply water to Crimea in the case of "humanitarian catastrophe", said Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal in an interview with "Radio Freedom".
"if necessary to provide people with water if a humanitarian catastrophe. Of course, Ukraine where anyone, in the Crimea, or where in other place, will provide the Ukrainian water and all necessary medicines, food and so on", – said the Prime Minister.
However, the resumption of industrial water supply of the Crimea Ukrainian side is impossible, as this requires investment and infrastructure repairs, said Smigel. He added that Kiev will not put the water "the occupiers, the occupation forces, for the needs of military bases".
In the Crimea, promised to do without water from the Ukraine
In March 2014 in the Crimea held a referendum, the results of which the Peninsula became a territorial part of Russia, and Sevastopol city of Federal significance.