“We have already agreed on the supply of equipment from the governments and companies of 12 countries: Israel, Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Germany, North Macedonia, Poland, the Republic of Korea, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland and France. In total, we are talking about 954 units of power equipment, ” Kuleba said , quoted by the press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry ( TASS quote ).
He added that the first batches of power equipment have already arrived in the country. These deliveries included generators and heat guns. According to the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, the rest of the parties will arrive in Ukraine in the near future.
After strikes on Ukrainian energy infrastructure facilities, power outages are observed in the country. In this regard, there are restrictions on electricity consumption in the settlements of the country. After repeated strikes, emergency shutdowns were introduced in Ukraine. In addition to the lack of electricity, Ukrainians also have problems with water supply, communications and Internet access.