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The Ukrainian state operator announces power outages in seven regions of the country for the third consecutive day

Lights out in Ukraine – Europa Press/Contact/Anatolii Siryk

The Ukrainian state operator Ukrenergo announced on Monday power cuts in seven regions of the country, including the capital, for the third consecutive day, all due to the destruction of energy infrastructure with missiles and drones by Russia.

The outages will affect kyiv region, kyiv capital, Chernigov, Cherkasi, Yitomir, Sumy, Kharkov and Poltava, according to the Ukrenergo statement published on its Telegram channel.

“The country’s power grid is still unable to resume full operation after the Russian terrorist attacks. In some regions, we have to introduce blackouts to avoid overloading the high-voltage infrastructure,” the company detailed in its message.

Likewise, he recalled that there will be “emergency shutdowns” in certain areas of the country in case of need, stressing that if this situation is reached, electricity could disappear earlier than expected and consumption restrictions could last longer.

“Energy companies do everything possible to reduce the number and duration of outages, we repair networks without stops and on weekends. We hope for your understanding and help,” Ukrenergo riveted.

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