Electricity supply restored to 50% of Dnipropetrovsk region’s consumers - governor

Electricity supply restored to 50% of Dnipropetrovsk region’s consumers - governor

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Electricity supply was restored to about 50% of consumers in Dnipropetrovsk region.

Ukrinform reports this with reference to the Telegram channel of Valentyn Reznichenko, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration.

"It was a busy night. All services worked and continue to work... Power engineers continue to restore power. Up to 50% of consumers in the region are with electricity now. However, the situation in the energy sector is difficult. Therefore, blackouts will be introduced everywhere in order to reduce the load on the network as much as possible,” Reznichenko wrote.

According to him, as a result of the rescue operations in Kryvyi Rih and the Pavlohrad district, almost 3,000 workers who remained in the mines due to the blackout of the enterprises were brought to the surface.

Read also: Klitschko: 70% of capital remains without electricity, water supply restored on left bank

The region’s governor also informed that the invaders launched five heavy artillery strikes on the Marhanets community in the Nikopol district. "More than 30 projectiles were fired. People were not injured. Representatives of the State Emergency Service are examining the territory - they are finding out the details of the shelling," Reznichenko noted.

On November 23, Russia launched another massive missile attack on Ukraine.

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