In the occupied Crimea in Simferopol, the contents of sewage are drained off into the Salgir River.
The sewage pipe was "hidden" under the rocks in Gagarinsky Park and the sewage is discharged into the river several times a day.
Residents of the city demand the so-called authorities of the occupied peninsula to stop the contamination of Salgir.
Earlier, representatives of public organizations in the annexed Crimea were disturbed by the growth of landfills near the settlements of the peninsula. The indignation of the public was prompted by the fact that, despite the necessary procedures and administrative cases, all landfills did not just remain in their place, but they have already increased.