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MOSCOW, July 14 (Itar-Tass) —— Work to restore power supply in the flood-hit city of Krymsk in the southern Krasnodar Territory will be finished on July 15, an Energy Ministry official said.
“One transformer substation is left to be reconnected. It is being dried up now,” Alexei Stepanov, head of a department in the Energy Ministry, said on Saturday, July 14.
Eighty-six energy repair teams are working in Krymsk. “All work to restore power supply will be finished tomorrow,” Stepanov said.