A bright yellow liquid instead of water flows from the taps in the houses of Partyzany village in occupied Crimea. The relevant photos were posted by a Crimean native @KrimRt.

“For three days, a bright yellow liquid instead of water has been flowing in the village of Partyzany in occupied Crimea,” reads the post on Twitter.

Since February, a high alert regime has been introduced in the Russian-occupied Crimea due to the shortage of fresh water. Thus, the inter-ministerial headquarters to coordinate actions on solving the problem of "ensuring drinking and household needs of the population of Kerch, Feodosia and the Leninsky district" was established in Crimea.

Ukraine stopped the water supply to Crimea from the Dnieper River through the North-Crimean channel in 2014.

PHOTO: @KrimRt Twitter