Zelensky said that the situation was very difficult after the shelling of Ukraine on March 22

“After the Russian strike on Friday, I received all the necessary reports regarding the restoration work in our regions: reports from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, energy experts, regions. Work continued without interruption everywhere. Thanks to all repair workers, energy workers. Organizations, our rescuers from the State Emergency Service of Ukraine , all utility services concerned”, – said Zelensky

Situation by region

As the President mentioned, the most difficult situation is still in Kharkiv.

“Home consumers are connected to electricity. The speed is now as fast as possible. The entire region is connected, except for a part of consumers in Dniprovshchyna – Nikopol. Everything is being done to provide electricity there too,” he added.

As for Sumy, Poltava, Odesa, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytskyi, Prykarpattia, Mykolaiv and Zaporizhzhia regions, according to Zelenskyi, the technical possibility of electricity supply has been restored everywhere.

“Some communities have emergency shutdown schedules in place,” he stressed.

Are there issues with lighting and graphics currently in place?

Also in “Ukrainergo”. emphasizewhat A very difficult situation persists in the Kharkiv region. Experts are working to gradually restore power to consumers as per the backup plan.

In Khmelnytskyi region there are still disconnections of consumersRenovation work is in progress.

Tables of hourly outages are used in the Odesa region. Their causes are network restrictions caused by damage to Ukrenergo substations and increased consumption. Surviving sections of the network cannot transmit the full amount of electricity required to meet the growing needs of consumers.

Situation ahead

Separately, like Zelensky, today there was already a statement from the military command.

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“It is stable at the front. I am grateful to all soldiers and commanders for holding our positions and taking the necessary steps,” he summed up.

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