LPR won't cut power supply to Ukrainian towns even if Kiev halts power supply to LPR
LPR is not going to cut power supply to Ukrainian towns even if Kiev authorities stop their supplies to LPR, said the Republic's head Igor Plotnitskiy.
The director of Ukrainian company "Lugansk energy association" Vladimir Gritsai said earlier that following the decision of Ukrainian Ministry of Fuel and Energy the company will halt power supply to LPR on April 25.
"They may stop power supply, but then three or four their villages will depend on our electricity. But we won't hurt people, unlike Kiev," Plotnitskiy said.
LuganskMediaCentre — 24 April — Lugansk
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