Repairs continue at energy infrastructure facilities in Odesa after the russian air attack on the night of March 9
On March 10, stabilization shutdown schedules may be used in Odesa and the Odesa district. Serhii Bratchuk, spokesman for the head of the Odesa Regional Military Administration, said this during a briefing at the Media Center Ukraine – Odesa.
As Serhii Bratchuk noted, as a result of the impact, several power transmission lines and power poles were damaged, and hourly stabilization shutdown schedules began to operate.
“After the end of the air alarms, the energy industry started repairing the damaged energy infrastructure facilities. In Odesa and the Odesa district, restoration work will continue on power lines, and stabilization shutdown schedules may be applied today and possible outages of some clients,” – Bratchuk said.
He also added that the critical infrastructure of Odesa has survived, it operates and is being provided with everything necessary.
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