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The head of OVA spoke about the situation in the Dnepropetrovsk region

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At night, the enemy continued to peel. The situation in the energy sector is difficult, but up to 50% of consumers in the region already have electricity.

On the night of November 24, Russian troops shelled the settlement of Marganets in the Denpropetrovsk region. This was announced by the head of the regional military administration, Valentin Reznichenko.

He pointed out that the invaders fired five times from the heavy artillery, which sent more than 30 bullets.

“People were not injured. Representatives of the State Emergency Service are examining the territory – they are finding out the details of the shelling,” said the head of the regional police department.

He also added that the rescue operations in Krivoy Rog and the Pavlograd region have been completed. Rescuers lifted about 3,000 miners to the surface, who were blocked in the mines due to the de-energization of the businesses.

“Power engineers continue to restore electricity. Up to 50% of consumers in the region have electricity. But the situation in the energy sector is difficult. Therefore, blackouts will continue everywhere to reduce the load in the network as much as possible, ” Reznichenko emphasized.

Recall that on November 23, Russian troops carried out another massive missile attack, which led to a blackout throughout Ukraine.

Residential buildings, thermal power plants, thermal power plants and electrical substations in Kyiv, Kyiv, Vinnitsa, Lvov and Zaporozhye regions were subjected to blows.

Ukrainian air defense destroyed five drones and 51 missiles out of nearly 70 fired.

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Source: korrespondent

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