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Ukraine cuts occupied areas of Donetsk region from power supplies
14:45, 26 July 2017
Ukraine cuts occupied areas of Donetsk region from power supplies

The militant-held territories get electricity from Russia and two thermal power plants in the occupied part of Donetsk region

14:45, 26 July 2017

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Since Wednesday midnight, Ukraine ceased to supply electric power to the occupied areas of Donetsk region. Vsevolod Kovalchuk, the acting CEO of Ukrenergo company posted that on Facebook.

‘The occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions have not been currently consuming power produced by power plants located in the Ukraine-controlled areas’, Kovalchuk said.

According to him, militant-held territories get electricity from Russia and two thermal power plants in the occupied part of Donetsk region.

Previously, Ukrenergo ceased to supply power to the occupied areas of Luhansk region; Russia, in turn, said it was ready to supply electricity to the region, describing it as a ‘humanitarian support.’      

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