Zelensky: Ukraine working to ‘stabilise’ energy sector following Russia attacks

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Zelensky: ukraine working to 'stabilise' energy sector following russia attacks

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Zelensky: Ukraine working to ‘stabilise’ energy sector following Russia attacks | Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address on that energy supply problems in the country were worst in and around Kyiv as well as in six other regions, adding that work was continuing “to stabilize the situation.

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