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Gas supplies from occupied Crimea denied in Henichesk
10:58, 13 November 2016
Gas supplies from occupied Crimea denied in Henichesk

According to the head of district administration, Prime-Minister Groysman promised him personally that problem with gas supply in Henichevsk will be eliminated

10:58, 13 November 2016

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Head of the Henichesk district Alexander Vorobyov claimed that gas to the city does not come from annexed Crimea. He said this in a commentary to the local website "New Visit".

"As a Ukrainian, I do not watch Russian channels, but judging by incoming calls I understand what is going on. Firstly, there is no natural gas in the occupied Crimea, and they can not help us anyway. Secondly, our gas shortage may occur in hard frost for several weeks. And 30% of consumers will experience this shortage, which are only 6000, but not 70 thousand as Russian propagandists lie," Vorobyov said.

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He also emphasized that currently "Henichesk district has enough gas and can help Ukrainians in Crimea themselves".

According to Vorobyov, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman promised him personally that the problem with gas in Henichesk will be solved by the state as soon as possible.

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