Most of the residents of kyiv already have access to the electricity supply and the rest of basic services, the military administration of the capital of Kiev reported that morning. Ukraine.
“In the capital, electricity, water, heating and communications have been almost completely restored,” the institution reported through its Telegram account.
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This means that most of the residents not only have electricity, but also do not suffer temporary power outages, he added.
“Everything works normally. Only localized emergency situations are possible”reported the military administration, which noted that the work to repair the network is in its “final phase.”
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The news comes on a day when snowfall is expected in kyiv and in which, according to forecasts, temperatures will drop to -2 degrees Celsius during the day and -5 degrees Celsius at night.
The wave of Russian attacks against Ukrainian energy infrastructure on November 23 caused widespread blackouts throughout the countrysince the electrical network suffered extensive damage and most power plants had to be disconnected.
The supply has been progressively restored in recent days, but the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskyreiterated tonight his appeal to citizens to save energy.
In 14 regions of the country there are still restrictions that affect at least 100,000 consumers in each of them, indicated in his evening address and warned that if consumption increases, the number of blackouts could increase.
The supply has also been restored in the city of Kherson, in the south of the country, which was left without basic services after the Russian withdrawal on November 9.
The head of the regional military administration, Yaroslav Yanushevich, announced yesterday that the main sewage plant and other facilities already have electricity.
“Next, electricity will gradually be provided to residential areas of the city. This will happen in the next few days,” she noted.
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