Moldova has suffered this Wednesday massive electricity cuts after the attack of a swarm of Russian missiles against the Ukrainian energy system, linked to Moldovan power grids. The country, bordering Ukraine, It is one of the poorest in Europe and is the one that receives the most Ukrainian refugees per inhabitant.

“After Russia’s bombardment of the Ukrainian energy system in the last hour, we have massive power cuts throughout the country,” Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister and Infrastructure Minister Andrei Spinu reported on his Telegram channel, noting that this situation repeats itself. what happened on November 15.

According to the head of Infrastructure himself, the Moldovan electricity regulator, Moldelectrica, “is working to restore the connection to electricity“. The president of the country, Maia Sandu, has also spoken in this regard, detailing on Facebook that “Russia has left Moldova in the dark“, directly blaming Moscow for this situation. “We cannot trust a regime that leaves us in the dark and cold and that kills intentionally,” he said.

According to local media, power has partially returned this afternoon to the Moldovan capital, reports efe. Temperatures will drop this week in the country’s capital below 2 degrees, so the Government’s main concern is ensure access to heating of the citizen.

The electrical transport of the Moldovan capital stopped as a result of the cuts, according to the RTEC company. “A failure of the electricity supplier caused all trolleybus routes to stop,” the company said.

[El ejército ruso mata a un bebé en el bombardeo contra la maternidad de un hospital en Zaporiyia]

The Russian Army launched this Wednesday a new wave of attacks against the Ukrainian energy infrastructure, which affected facilities in kyiv and other cities in the country. Russia has focused its attacks in recent weeks on hitting the Ukrainian infrastructure and the country has begun to suffer severe problems in the water, gas and electricity supply networks just at the beginning of winter.

In this sense, the operator of the Ukrainian national electricity network announced on Tuesday that the damage suffered by the power generation facilities was “colossal”, but ruled out the need to evacuate the civilian population despite the fact that temperatures have dropped with the arrival of winter.

the ukrainian agency united also reported impacts in several cities throughout Ukraine, such as kremenchuk, Vinnitsa, Kharkiv, Odessa, Dnipropetrovsk Y Lviv.

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Source: Elespanol

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