On July 2, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin once again criminally arrived in occupied Sevastopol, allegedly to “resolve acute issues in the life of the city”.
Sevastopol residents traditionally consider the main problems of the “front-line region”, in addition to the war and occupation, the stagnation of the city’s economy, the lack of basic logistics in the city, overflowing with invaders and colonialists, as well as problems with water supply and sewerage, which have become egregious in recent years.
However, the Russian occupiers have “other approaches”, and therefore Khusnullin was not interested in the occupied city in the long-suffering treatment facilities “Southern”, the “completion date” of which was once again postponed, but just on “the commissioning of the Opera and Ballet Theater” at Cape Khryshtalny.
As our Association has already written, the project of the “opera and ballet theater” illegally developed by the Austrian architectural bureau “Coop Himmelb(l)au” was personally lobbied by Putin with the expectation that this “theater will be headed” by choreographer Igor Zelensky, who has a common child with Putin’s daughter Ekaterina Tikhonova.
So Khusnullin once again arrived illegally in the occupied Sevastopol precisely “to arrange a worthy career” for the “son-in-law” of the Kremlin dictator. The state of more pressing local problems, such as “fecal rivers” and “sewer seas”, does not bother the occupiers, although, as local residents write on social networks, this summer “the stench of the sea is in any city of Sevastopol”, and a particularly bad epidemic situation has developed in the Blakytna and Cossack bays of the city.
It is noteworthy that the supposedly “successfully implemented” occupiers’ projects in the field of water use end negatively. For example, earlier the aggressor “cleared” within the framework of the so-called “stabilization of water resources” the bed of the Kokkozka River, from which, in particular, it was planned to take additional water resources to Sevastopol.
This “development of 40 million rubles” ended solely with the fact that the Kokkozka River became shallow and “bloomed” in the summer of 2022, that is, it lost its useful natural and water-resource properties.