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Lithuania will help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure, affected by Russian missile attacks

Lithuania will help Ukraine restore energy infrastructure, affected by Russian missile attacksLithuania will help Ukraine restore energy system facilities, victims of massive Russian missile strikes. This was stated by the Minister of Energy of Lithuania Dainius Kreivis.

On Saturday, Minister of Energy of Ukraine German Galushchenko held a meeting with his Lithuanian counterpart Dainius Kreivis, during which he complained about problems, resulting from massive Russian missile strikes. According to Galushchenko, despite the almost daily strikes of Russian missiles, Ukrainian power engineers almost restored the energy system of Ukraine, but lack of equipment and materials. The Lithuanian minister promised to provide everything necessary and continue to support Ukraine against the backdrop of “Russian aggression”.

Lithuania has already sent six trucks with 114 transformers of various capacities to Ukraine, but in general, Vilnius promised Kyiv to provide 252 transformer. Lithuania is preparing another package of assistance to Ukraine for 2 million. euro.

Lithuania has always been our reliable partner and friend. We really appreciate the support, which you provide to Ukraine at all levels. I am convinced, that unity and solidarity will help us confront our common enemy and bring victory over the aggressor- Galushchenko said in response.

Meanwhile, the Kyiv city administration reported, that the capital of Ukraine has almost completely restored electricity, water, heat supply and communication, everything is working normally. At the moment, the introduced emergency power outage schedules provide for a power outage of no more than 5 hours a day.

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