This was announced by chief communications officer of Ukrenerho company Zinovii Butsio on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, Censor.NET reports.
According to him, the power line is operating in its regular mode, as before the damage, supplying 180 MW of electricity to the occupied Crimean peninsula.
As reported, an emergency occurred at the Kakhovska-Tytan power line yesterday on the territory of Crimea, which caused decrease in power output to the peninsula. Several Crimean cities, including Yevpatoria, went without power on Dec. 9 afternoon. No reasons for the accident have been explained, and the so-called 'energy ministry' of occupied Crimea says the repair work is underway and Yevpatoria will soon be connected to electricity again.
Local residents report that water supply has been halted as well, and the quality of mobile connection deteriorated.
On Dec. 8, protesters that have been blocking food and power supplies to Crimea allowed restoring supplies of power to Crimea via Kalhovska-Tytan power line, which also supplies electricity to two districts of the Kherson region - Kalanchak and Chaplynka.
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