The export of electricity from Ukraine was stopped in October.

Russia is spreading a fake about the export of electricity from Ukraine / photo

The Russian occupiers are spreading disinformation that allegedly Ukraine, in many regions of which power outages continue after the shelling of the Russian Federation, exports energy to the EU countries.

As the Center for Counteracting Disinformation noted, with the help of such messages, the Russian Federation is trying to mislead Ukrainians and divert public attention from the only reason for the power outage – missile attacks on Ukrainian energy facilities.

“The fact that the disseminated information is fake, confirming the following facts: the export of electricity from Ukraine was stopped on 10/11/2022 by the decision of the Ministry of Energy, immediately after the first attack on the energy system; the cessation of export is confirmed by the results of auctions for access to the bandwidth of interstate networks, which are on the electronic auction platform “Ukrenergo”, – emphasized in the JCC.

Read also:

The experts emphasized that all available capacities of Ukrainian generation are now working only for the needs of Ukrainian consumers and urged to trust only information from trusted sources.

The situation in the Ukrainian energy system

Since mid-October, the Russians have set their sights on destroying Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. During the first attacks, 30% of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure was damaged.

On November 15, the enemy dealt a massive blow to the energy system – Russia fired 100 missiles across Ukraine. About 50% already destroyed energy infrastructure.

On November 17, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that 10 million Ukrainians left without light. As of the evening of November 19, according to the president, most electrical problems in such regions as Kyiv and the region, Odessa and the region, Kharkov and the region. Vinnitsa, Ternopil regions, Cherkasy, Chernihiv.

From 8:00 on November 20 in all regions of Ukraine apply planned power outages.

You may also be interested in the news: