KHARKIV OBLAST, Jan 29 — Engineers restored electricity to 17,2 thousand customers who lost power due to Russian missile attacks last week.

Currently, 15,6 thousand consumers remain without electricity, the Ministry of Energy said.

The night shelling also damaged power grids in the oblast’s settlements. The hostilities left two consumers without a power supply.

The Russian missile attack in the Kharkiv Oblast on 25 January caused a fire at a substation, leaving about 3,900 consumers without electricity.

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The shelling also damaged 110kV lines in the Kupiansk district, leaving about 16,500 customers without electricity.