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"It is clear that certain difficulties will occur, but no one will die of hunger, the factories will not stop. Last year, we operated in the shutdown mode, and all backup power sources are there and ready. It concerns critical infrastructure - hospitals, maternity homes, and schools. They are all protected. Speaking of our capacity, we are currently receiving more than three hundred megawatts due to internal power generating facilities. We'll hold out anyway. Everything will be fine," Aksenov said.
Sept. 20, an indefinite campaign to block trucks heading to Crimea with products and goods was initiated by the leaders of Crimean Tatars. The participants also said they would launch a power blockade.
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