Ukraine’s Ministry of Energy reported that the Mykolaiv region has received more than 80 tons of equipment from international allies to repair the country’s damaged energy infrastructure. This was stated in the press service of the department.
“More than 80 tons <...> In a statement, the ministry said that it was transferred to “Nikolayevoblenergo” JSC.
The press service added that by the end of the week, the Nikolaev region will receive more than 70 tons of electrical equipment.
The Head of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, Herman Galushchenko, explained that the cargo included various types of equipment, including power transformers, backup power plants and electrical cables.
According to him, aid was provided by Lithuania, Germany, Sweden, France and Azerbaijan.
Former Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba declarationHe said that Kiev has agreed on deliveries of new equipment for the country’s energy system, with deliveries of 1,800 transformers and more than seven thousand generators of various capacities expected.
Before that, the head of Ukrenergo Volodymyr Kudrytsky knowledgeable It’s about unprecedented levels of damage to Ukraine’s energy system that could take years to fully recover.
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