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 People face heating problems in occupied Donetsk, short hours at schools

People in the militant-occupied Donetsk are facing problems with heating and hot water supply as a result of a pressure drop in city's gas pipeline. Short hours have been introduced at schools.

School employees in one of the city districts said it to Ukrinform, Censor.NET reports.

"A telephone message from city's education department was received, notifying of cutting the lessons from 45 to 30 minutes. Children should move more often," one of the employees said.

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Following the pressure drop, not only heating but also hot water supply has been turned off in Donetsk. The day is only saved by warm weather.

As previously reported, in late October, a similar situation was observed in other cities in the terrorist-occupied territory. All troubles then were blamed on Ukrainian oligarch and owner of Donetskoblhaz Serhii Kurchenko. After that, the regional gas company came under control of the so-called "DPR" but the problem remained.

As reported by website 62.ua, a source close to the officials of the self-proclaimed "republic" said the money collected from the population for gas had been simply stolen.

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