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Azerbaijani Control of Substations Disrupts Power Supply in Artsakh

Azerbaijani Control of Substations Disrupts Power Supply in Artsakh

It has been confirmed that a number of crucial substations responsible for supplying electricity to Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) are now under Azerbaijani control. This shift in control has resulted in severe disruptions to the region's power supply, leaving residents grappling with the consequences. The disclosure was made by Artsakhenergo, the regional power company tasked with managing energy distribution in Artsakh.

The situation has prompted Artsakhenergo CJSC to initiate urgent measures to address the electrical supply crisis, with a primary focus on Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh. Emergency rehabilitation efforts are now underway to restore power to the affected areas and mitigate the hardships faced by the local population.

The disruption of electricity supply underscores the ongoing complexities and challenges in the aftermath of the war in Artsakh. It also emphasizes the critical importance of continued diplomatic efforts and international cooperation to ensure the well-being and stability of the Republic's civilians.

Thousands of people are displaced, hundreds killed and injured, 120,000 citizens are starving and facing the danger of ethnic cleansing as Azerbaijan continues to target innocent civilians.


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