OREANDA-NEWS  Crimea plans to restore the supply of water from the Dnieper through the North Crimean Canal in the future. This was stated by the head of the Crimean parliament Vladimir Konstantinov, RIA Novosti writes.

"A fundamental decision on the reconstruction of the dam of the Kakhovsky reservoir has been made, but it will be implemented following the results of the special operation," he said.

According to him, during the period when there will be no dam, Crimea could "pump the Dnieper water into the canal." To do this, it is necessary to restore the water intake, pumping stations, as well as carry out the necessary hydraulic engineering work, Konstantinov said.

In July, the chief researcher of the Institute of Water Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Technical Sciences Mikhail Bolgov called a way to restore water supply to the North Crimean Canal. According to him, it is necessary to create a pumping station that will pump water from the Dnieper.

Bolgov added that in the conditions of a special military operation, it will be difficult to carry out such work, but technically it is feasible.