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    Authorities in Sevastopol have decided to limit the use of electricity following an interruption of supplies from Ukraine.

    SIMFEROPOL (Crimea) (Sputnik) — Authorities in Sevastopol in Russia's Crimea have decided to limit the use of electricity following an interruption of supplies from Ukraine, the Sevastopol government said Wednesday.

    "Ukraine cut electricity supplies via the Kakhovka-Titan power line at 10:00 pm Moscow time [19:00 GMT] on December 30. We will switch to the three-over-three hour power usage schedule. City lighting will be powered down," the government said in a statement.

    The Kiev authorities have not yet commented on the incident.


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