On Friday, February 26, in Melitopol, in the cinema hall of the Taras Shevchenko Palace of Culture presented an exclusive documentary film Crimea. Dehydration, the authors of which are the Crimean Tatar Resource Center and the Peace and Co Charitable Foundation.
The event was attended by Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian activists, representatives of the city administration, social activists, as well as concerned citizens.
The picture raises one of the most pressing topics of our time: the lack of water on the peninsula, and highlights the irrational approach of the Russian authorities to the use of water resources. Do Crimeans need water from the Dnipro? Are the occupiers really trying to resolve this issue? And who really lacks water? The answers to all these and other questions were presented by the experts of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center in this film.
The film consists of five parts:
1) Water or searching for optimal solutions
2) Militarization of the Crimean water
3) Is there any chance for agriculture in Crimea?
4) Poison for Crimean
5) On the brink of disaster: the eco-crisis in Crimea
The film Crimea. Dehydration is already available for viewing in three languages:
In Russian: https://cutt.ly/MkgWtWM
In Ukrainian: https://cutt.ly/ylUgbTo
In English: https://cutt.ly/1lUgTDj
This event was organized by the Committee for Assistance to the Return of Crimean Tatars to their historical homeland Azat.