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MOSCOW, November 27. /TASS/. The repair work on the Kakhovka Titan power line in Ukraine has been completed, but the supply of electricity to the Crimea has not been restored, Russia’s Deputy Energy Minister Andrey Cherezov said on Friday.
"We have the information that the repair work on the Kakhovka-Titan power line has been completed. Even switching this line alone would make it possible to supply about 150-2000 megawatts from Ukraine. But this hope was lost. Accordingly, all the measures are aimed at ensuring a minimum level of electricity supply to consumers," - he said.
The Kakhovka-Titan line supplies electricity to the cities of the Crimean border - Armyansk and Krasnoperekopsk, while most of the power goes to two districts of the Kherson region of Ukraine.