Ukrainian electricians restore power to three oblasts after Russian strikes, cancelling scheduled outages

Power was restored in three oblasts
Power was restored in three oblasts

Power cuts have been lifted in Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk and Odesa oblasts after night missile and drone strike, power company DTEK reported on Telegram on March 30.

Power engineers have managed to stabilize the situation in Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk oblasts.

Read also: Ukrenergo implements blackouts in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast following Russian attack

As of 10:00 a.m. EET, electricity was also restored to all users in Odesa Oblast. After a nighttime attack, power grids were damaged there, leaving 68.000 homes without electricity.

Read also: DTEK lifts emergency power shutdowns in Donetsk Oblast

Over the past week, Russia has resumed massive attacks on Ukraine's power infrastructure. Emergency blackout schedules were temporarily introduced in some oblasts to help in stabilazing the situation.

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