Russian-occupied Simferopol is swimming in dirt and debris. Corresponding photos were published by the user RoksolanaToday & Crimea on Twitter.
The published photos show Shpolyanskaya street, namely the territory near the house №21. Local landfills are overflowing, so a lot of rubbish, among which are pieces of furniture and old hoses from vacuum cleaners, lies right on the asphalt near the house. The comment says that the garbage is not removed for 2 weeks.
Judging by the pictures, the Salgir River is now not only the longest, but also the dirtiest river on the peninsula.
Also the social network users shared pictures of the landfill in the Yukharina beam in Sevastopol.
It is also noted that tap water in houses of the occupied Simferopol is very dirty.
Reportedly, representatives of public organizations in the annexed Crimea are outraged by the expansion of landfills near the settlements of the peninsula.
The so-called "Ministry of Ecology of the Republic" informed that the indignation of the public was caused by the fact that, despite all the necessary procedures and administrative cases, all landfills did not just remain in their original place, but they had already increased.