Electricity pole was blown up to disrupt electricity to occupied Crimea, Russians responded by searches

Electricity pole was blown up to disrupt electricity to occupied Crimea, Russians responded by searches

 

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Russians conducted searches in the villages of Kakhovka district, trying to find those who blew up electricity pole between occupied nuclear power plant in Enerhodar and Crimea, local media Most reports.
 
The pole was thrown down on August 11 in an attempt to disrupt Russian plans to switch electricity from NPP for Crimea. 
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