Grigorishin left four water service companies in Luhansk region without electricity – Ivanov

Luhansk Energy Association, controlled by Russian businessman Konstantin Grigorishin, has left the inhabitants of four government-controlled districts of the Luhansk region without water and heat.

Censor.NET journalist Serhii Ivanov wrote on Facebook.

"Yesterday, a big 'patriot' of Ukraine with a Russian passport Grigorishin, owner of the Luhansk Energy Association, cut off four water service companies in the Luhansk region, particularly in Markivka, Bilovodsk, Milove and Troitske districts for non-payment," he wrote.

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"People on the non-occupied areas were left without water and heat due to the Russian friend of the Ukrainian president, who is being paid both from of our companies and invaders. What about such friends, Petro Oleksiovych?" the outraged journalist wrote.

"Grigorishin treats the citizens of the 'LPR' more humanely. There is water and heat on the occupied territories. I have checked," Ivanov summed up.

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Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n375439