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The occupiers said that power supply in the city will be resumed within “the next 30-40 minutes.”
The occupying “authorities” hastened to assure local residents that this was supposedly a technological power outage.
Many areas of the temporarily occupied Simferopol, as well as in its suburbs on Sunday evening, May 21, power supply disappeared. This was reported by the Telegram channel “Crimean wind”.
Oleg Kryuchkov, an “adviser” to the occupying authorities of Crimea, said that this was supposedly a technological power outage.
He claims that power supply in the city will be restored within “the next 30-40 minutes.”
Recall, as reported by Russian social networks, they said that in the Crimea on the morning of May 18 there was an explosion on the railway.
The occupying “authorities” said they suspect several people of blowing up.
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