Vice President of the Security Council RussiaDmitry Medvedev announced the conditions for the normalization of energy supply Ukraine. In recent weeks, attacks by Russian forces on Ukrainian power plants and power grids have caused blackouts in Kiev.
“The path to stability in energy supply is different. It is necessary to recognize the legitimacy of Russia’s demands within the framework of special military action and its decisions reflected in our constitution. Then the light will come…”, Medvedev said on his Telegram channel on Friday, the 28th.
The statement by the former Russian president and prime minister comes days after Ukraine’s energy companies complained of attacks on their infrastructure. Last week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said 30% of Ukraine’s power plants were destroyedThere are power outages across the country.
An emergency power outage continued into early Friday morning in Kyiv as the city struggled to repair “significant damage” to facilities at local energy company DTEK.
In a statement, the company warned and suggested “prolonged power outages are possible”. Locals use electricity “moderately”, especially in the morning and evening hours.
Faced with the situation, the Ukrainian government decided to restrict energy supply, including street lighting, across Ukraine from 7am to 11am.
Water supply of Mykolaiv, a coastal town in southern Ukraine, It was also a goal Russian sabotageAccording to YuBritish Broadcaster Inquiry BBC, Supported by United Nations experts.
A lack of vital resources in Kiev has raised fears that people could face a tough winter.
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