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SIMFEROPOL, November 26. /TASS/. Ukraine may resume electricity supplies to Crimea on Thursday, a source in the republican energy ministry told TASS.
"Repair works are underway in the Kakhovskaya-Titan line. Crimea may receive 220 kilowatt on November 26," the source said.
Crimea was cut off electricity supplies from Ukraine in the small hours on Sunday, November 22. Electricity supplies were disrupted via all the four transmission lines running from Ukraine. Two of them went out of service on November 20 when transmission towers were damaged. The other two were blown up overnight to Sunday. Crimea’s authorities have imposed a state of emergency regime.
Meanwhile, Crimea’s authorities say they are getting prepared for the worst scenario as they don’t rely on resumption of electricity supplies from Ukraine.