In Ukraine, a huge dry river Dniester

According www.delfi.ua, the Dniester killed fish, flowers and water spoils ecosystem.

In the river, the water level drops because of the intention not to drop it from the Dniester HPP, claim in the National Ecological Centre of Ukraine.

Public organization accused of Power gidroenergouzla Dniester.

"In the Dniester Delta catastrophic water shortage. Temperature rises to 20 degrees or higher. Water blooms, gets a yellow-brown color. Appear dead carp and carp. Large area, which would have to go to the water, suffering from the effects of the spring fire" — the press service quoted expert on Wetlands, Ph.D. Ivan Rusev.

He explains that the lack of water in the flooded areas will lead to destruction of biodiversity in the region, because here you multiply rare for Ukraine and the world otter, mink, ermine, yellow heron, white-tailed eagle, black stork. Reduced the number of brilliant ibises, which are the emblem Nizhnednestrovskogo National Park.

Experts point out that the action taken by HPPs despite approval by the State Agency for Water Resources of Ukraine regulations of environmental flows on the Dniester and the warnings of environmentalists.

According NECU, hydro officials claim that the Dniester reservoir there is a weak flow of water, and therefore suffer from draining its fish stocks.

"You can not compare the artificial breeding of fish in the reservoir, and the death of the ecosystem of the national park," — noted environmentalists, referring to the Minister of Environment, demanding to stop the environmental disaster.

And they remind us that the natural balance of the Dniester delta is important for Ukraine, Moldova and Transdniestria, and its area is protected by the Ramsar Convention and under international supervision.

As reported DELFI, as a result of flooding in 2010 Dnepr washes out radiation in Kiev Sea.

The large-scale environmental disaster occurred in August 2010 at the Bug estuary (Mykolaiv region).. Tens of tons of dead fish found in the waters of the Dnieper-Bug and Tiligul estuaries.

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