Deputy Head of Ukrenerho company Yurii Kasich said at a briefing on Sunday, Censor.NET reports.
"There are two teams of 20 people and two vehicles at Melitopol-Dzhankoi line. Kakhovka-Ostrovska, Kakhovka-Dzhankoi and Kakhovka-Dzhankoy-Tytan lines are served by four teams, 20 people, two trucks, and two mounted cranes. Workplaces are ready as well as the crews, but the people who blocked the power lines do not allow performing the repair work," Kasich said.
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He added that one of the four damaged power lines can be restored within 24 hours.
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