Mayor Klitschko said that 450,000 consumers were left without electricity in Kyiv
On the morning of Friday, November 4th, at Kyiv almost half a million consumers were left without electricity. This was stated by the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Vitaliy Klichko in his Telegram-channel.
“As of this morning, there are 450,000 consumers without power supply, that is, apartments in Kiev. This is one and a half times more than in previous days,” the mayor specified.
He also urged the residents of Kyiv to save electricity as much as possible, as the situation in the city continues to be difficult.
Earlier in November, the head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration Oleksiy Kuleba warned residents of the city and the region that they could be left without electricity for two weeks. At the same time, he noted that if new damage is detected, it may take more time to troubleshoot.