Ukraine halts power supplies to occupied parts of Luhansk region

Ukraine has shut down all power supplies to the occupied part of Luhansk region, according to the operator of the country`s power grids, state-run national energy company Ukrenergo.

”This night, electricity supplies to the temporarily uncontrolled territories of Luhansk region were completely stopped,” Ukrenergo`s acting head Vsevolod Kovalchuk wrote on Facebook.

Earlier, LEA CEO Volodymyr Gritsai said on April 24 that Lugansk Energy Association (LEA) planned to shut down power supplies to the occupied part of Luhansk region starting April 25.

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