Kyiv’s energy operator said Sunday, Oct. 23, that scheduled “stabilisation” power cuts have been introduced in the Ukrainian capital after repeated Russian strikes on the country’s energy infrastructure.

“On Oct. 23, stabilisation shutdowns were introduced in Kyiv by national energy operator Ukrenergo to avoid accidents,” energy company DTEK said in a statement, adding that the blackouts should last “no more than four hours” but may be longer “due to the scale of damage to the power supply system”.

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