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 Kakhovska-Tytan power line may start supplying electricity to occupied Crimea tomorrow, - Ukrenerho

If there is no rain, repair work will be finished as planned.

As reported by Ukrenerho spokesperson Zynovii Butsio, today, Nov. 25, the company's maintenance crew continues restoring the 220 MW power line "Kakhovska-Tytan," Censor.NET reports citing Kherson regional state administration press service.

In particular, repairmen will fix two adjacent pylons that were restored yesterday and finish the installation of constructions.

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"If there is no rain, we are likely to be through with wiring work. Tomorrow, the power line is to be ready for supplying electricity."
 
 
 
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