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DTEK reveals Russian attempts to discredit energy workers in Odessa

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The narrative that “energy companies are taking money abroad” is a classic example of Russia’s IPSO, the holding said.

Russia has launched another information campaign aimed at destabilizing the situation in Odessa and discrediting local energy workers. Energy holder DTEK announced this on Thursday, April 18.

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“Unfortunately, a number of media outlets in Ukraine, for unknown reasons, have joined the dissemination of enemy propaganda narratives. DTEK has contacted the Cyber ​​​​​​Police and other competent authorities to counter enemy propaganda,” the message said.

The company emphasized that the narrative that “energy companies move money abroad” is a classic example of Russia’s IPSO, which has been repeatedly reported by law enforcement agencies, including intelligence.

“We once again call on the media not to spread enemy propaganda and not to be complicit in information sabotage against Ukraine’s energy workers,” the company added.

It is indicated that DTEK Odessa electrical networks, As with the group’s other power grid operators, all available funds are primarily used to restore equipment damaged as a result of Russia’s shelling. At the same time, they also comply with all the norms of the currency law, which in the current conditions makes it impossible for any withdrawal of money abroad.

“In 2023, electrical engineers repaired more than 2.3 thousand kilometers of overhead lines and modernized 903 electrical facilities of various voltage classes. The investment amount reached more than 1 billion hryvnia,” said DTEK and added that in 2024 the company plans to invest. 1.1 billion hryvnias in work to improve reliable electricity supply.

Earlier, DTEK said that the current situation in the energy sector is the most difficult since the beginning of the war. The company also spoke about the prospects for repairing the destroyed thermal power plants after the shelling by the Russians.

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