The head of the company, Vladimir Kudritsky, said that the problem is serious, but the scale is much smaller than it was before. The problem can be solved only if the Russian Federation does not launch a massive missile strike again.
In the next week and a half in the capital, as well as in the Kyiv and Zhytomyr regions, the situation with light should improve. Such a forecast was voiced by the chairman of the board of Ukrenergo, Volodymyr Kudrytsky, on the air of the telethon.
According to him, in the coming days, Ukrainian power engineers will do everything possible to improve the situation with electricity, but this is on condition that there will be no new missile attacks from the Russian Federation.
“We have certain restrictions (in the Kiev and Zhytomyr regions – ed.). I would like to note that they do not have the scale that they used to have. They are rather moderate and local. But we are now using every opportunity to eliminate them in the near future,” said Vladimir Kudritsky.
The problem will be solved in the next week and a half and after that the residents of Kyiv, Kyiv and Zhytomyr regions will again continue to live without restrictions.
In addition, Vladimir Kudritsky noted that in the coming years Ukraine could become a testing ground for the introduction of modern technologies in the energy sector, and soon it would be possible to see how the quality of our energy system has grown.
“Now it is very important not to miss the moment when almost the whole world wants to help us rebuild the energy system in a new format. We will seize these opportunities, attract funding in a transparent way and use it to build an energy system for our children that we will be proud of,” the statement says. message.
Recall, on March 16, the Ukrainians were told what will happen to the light in the near future. According to the president of Energoatom, Petr Kotin, Ukrainians will not face long-term power outages in the near future if Russian troops do not launch a new massive rocket attack on the energy infrastructure.
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