Today "Kakhovka - Titan" transmission power line will resume its work, the Head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov told a press conference "Crimean civil blockade: preliminary results and follow-up", held in Kyiv, as cited by a correspondent of the QHA (Crimean News Agency).
- Blockade participants came to the conclusion that this transmission power line can resume supplying energy. This is the only line that cannot accelerate to more than 220-250 MW. Three other power lines accelerate to 650 MW. If one of these lines had been restored, the invaders would have obtained a lot of energy, said Chubarov.
According to him, making this decision they took into account the interests of all parties involved - the Western partners, the country's leadership, as well as, of course, the people residing in mainland Ukraine and Crimea.
- With these megawatts, plus those produced in Crimea, the occupiers, if they want, will be able to fully meet the needs of citizens and social facilities, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, homes, housing and communal services. Unfortunately, we think they won’t do it and again most of the power will be directed to military units, garrisons and to maintain the military equipment, said the Mejlis Head.
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