Environmental Holocaust

Ukraine dumps 19 cubic kilometers per year of raw sewage into its water basins, of which 3.2 cubic kilometers is toxic.

It discharges 9.5 million tons of harmful substances into the atmosphere, of which 3 million tons is sulfur dioxide.

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident has turned several million hectares of some of the world's best farmland into radioactive wasteland and 1600 villages into ghost towns.

The life expectancy of Ukrainian men has gone down by 10 years; and unexplained deaths, cancers, immune deficiencies, and mental disorders are on the rise.