10 Hostages Of The Polluted Land

Hostages Of The Polluted Land

Posted on November 19, 2011 by

Residents of a small village called Chushka live between two seas – the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Once this place was a paradise with beautiful nature and all kinds of fish swimming in warm water. Thousands of people from all parts of the country would come here for vacation…

But as the time went by, the situation got worse. After the country broke into pieces, people found themselves in a frontier zone where later a new cargo port was built. However, the point of no return was six years ago when they built a chemical terminal. A lot of villagers had to move to other places, but not all of them did. Now about thirty people live in the village which according to the documents no longer exists.

The shoreline is still pleasing to the eye, but very dirty.

Just a year ago, strangers were not admitted to the village. The point is that the owner of the transfer point installed an unauthorized barrier and the guards did not let anybody in but the residents of the village or their relatives and friends.


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10 Responses to “Hostages Of The Polluted Land”

  1. Maxx says:

    Sad and beautiful place.

  2. A sad story.Politicians will sweep it under the rug.The poor little boy and the animals makes me want to cry.

  3. rowski says:

    The last comment killed me =))

  4. billy508 says:

    The distiller thing is a sand blaster. Put sand in the top, hook up a air line and clean metal, Etc. Those fish the lady has look just like a fish we call “mullet” here in Florida.USA. I wounder if they are the same.

  5. Number says:

    Time for the chemical firms,to renovate their terminals,clean the area,and come up for their resposibility over there!

  6. mac says:

    Sad to see places like this :(
    That “distiller” i think it is sandblaster.

  7. Hola! says:

    Ukraine should take care of its own citizens. Why this happened?

  8. Frank says:

    This is in Russia, just across the strait from the Ukrainian city of Kerch. I visited Kerch this summer, and photographed the strait towards this Russian peninsula, not knowing about this misery. Makes me sad.

  9. 1934NFA says:

    What a shame…yet another saddening situation..how may thousands of similar places in Russia are there???

  10. mark alexander says:

    What should terrify is that the anchovies being caught here among the cancer causing pollutants then sent on, canned, and may make their way into the food chain among major cities, possibly even moscow.

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