Special programs were introduced for emergency power outages in the Cherkasy region of Ukraine
MOSCOW, November 24 – RIA Novosti. Special programs for emergency power outages have been introduced in the Cherkasy region of Ukraine, Cherkassioblenergo PJSC reported on Thursday.
“From 10:00 pm on November 24, all special emergency shutdown programs are in place. Special. Used without warning,” the company wrote on a Facebook* social network (banned in the Russian Federation for extremism).
Earlier it was reported that blackouts in the Cherkasy region during the full day – from 00.00 to 24.00 – plan to turn off the light each time as scheduled.
On Wednesday, the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine reported that all nuclear and thermal power plants and most hydroelectric power plants were temporarily de-energized, leaving the vast majority of electricity consumers without electricity.
The attacks on the Ukrainian infrastructure of the Russian Armed Forces began on October 10, two days after the terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge, behind which, according to the Russian authorities, the Ukrainian special services stood. Attacks are being carried out on energy, defense industry, military command and communications facilities throughout the country, from Kharkov and Kiev to Lvov and Ivano-Frankivsk.
Since then, air raid warnings have been issued every day in parts of Ukraine, and sometimes throughout the country. Volodymyr Zelensky said on November 1 that about 40% of energy infrastructure in Ukraine was damaged, leading to massive blackouts /
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