No risks of floods anticipated following rise in Nistru water level

The level of water in the Nistru River rose, but does not exceed the upper limit and there are thus no risks of floods. Contacted by IPN, vice director of “Moldova’s Water” Agency Radu Cazacu said the level of water in the Nistru increased as a result of larger discharges from the Novodnistrovsk accumulation lake following the recent heavy rain in the Carpathians.

According to Radu Cazacu, about 1,000 cubic meters per second of water now enter the Novodnistrovsk accumulation lake. For the lake to be able to retain the regulated volume of water, the Ukrainian authorities had to reduce the level of water by discharging 600 cubic meters per second into the Nistru. From today the discharges are expected to decline.

The wharf-like border crossing points “Soroca” (interstate), “Vasilcau” and “Cosauti” stopped work on a temporary basis following the rise in the level of water in the Nistru River.

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