Restoring electricity after Russian attacks in Ukraine: Zelensky

Russian drone and missile attacks on power plants around the nation in recent weeks have destroyed more than 30% of the nation’s producing capacity.

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President Volodymyr Zelensky stated on Saturday that although Ukraine’s electrical supplies are regaining after coordinated Russian attacks on generating plants, emergency blackouts may still be required.

More than 30% of the nation’s producing capacity was destroyed in recent weeks by Russian drone and missile attacks on power plants, leading to widespread limitations.

“Today there are already significantly fewer stabilization (measures) and emergency blackouts … but restrictions are still possible in some cities and districts,” Zelensky said in a video address.

Additionally, he said that several technicians had been killed and charged Russia of targeting plants that were being repaired.