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Ukraine's Donetsk region partially restores power supply after Russian attacks

MADRID, 25 Nov.

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Ukraine's Donetsk region partially restores power supply after Russian attacks

MADRID, 25 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The public energy company of the Donetsk region of Ukraine, Donetsk Electric Networks (DTEK), has announced that power supply has been restored after the Russian attacks on Wednesday, although it has indicated that there are still demand restrictions.

"The energy workers of the DTEK Donetsk power grids, together with all the rescue services, have pacified the consequences of the attacks on power facilities that Russia inflicted on November 23. Now the electricity supply has been restored in the Donetsk region," the company said in a statement.

However, DTEK Donestsk has had to follow the instructions of the national power operator Ukrenergo applying emergency restrictions on the supply of electricity in the Donetsk region, resulting in some consumers being temporarily without power.

For them, the power supply will be restored "after the stabilization of the situation in the electrical system", according to the instructions of Ukrenergo, as well as after the completion of repairs on the lines damaged by shelling.

"The situation in the energy system after another terrorist missile attack by Russia is extremely difficult. Energy workers are doing everything they can 24 hours a day to ensure that people get electricity as soon as possible," he said. detailed the electric company, asking its customers to be "as responsible as possible" with their electricity consumption to help the energy system.

The kyiv authorities have reported this Wednesday that at least three people have died and six have been injured due to new bombardments carried out by Russian forces against various parts of the country, which has caused blackouts and cuts in the supply of electricity. drinking water in various areas.

These attacks have been condemned, among others, by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, who has said on his Twitter profile that "depriving millions of electricity, tents and heating during the winter is cruel and inhuman".

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