DTEK said it did not urge Ukrainians to travel abroad
< p> DTEK, the largest private energy company in Ukraine, said that the company's CEO Maxim Timchenko did not urge Ukrainians to travel abroad. This was reported on the company's website.
«DTEK CEO Maxim Timchenko did not urge Ukrainians to travel abroad. In an interview with the British Air Force, Maxim Timchenko clearly noted: «We do not have an emergency in which you need to leave». In addition, he noted that DTEK, together with the Ministry of Energy and other energy companies, are doing everything possible to ensure that the energy system works stably», — the message says.
The company emphasized that the Ukrainian energy system withstood 4 waves of ultra-destructive terrorist attacks on infrastructure, each of which was aimed at a complete blackout.
& #171;APU, power engineers and every Ukrainian are doing a miracle, holding the power system. And that is why today there is no need to leave Ukraine. It is possible to maintain the operation of the power system with unique solutions and a complex balancing system, including with the help of stabilization shutdowns & # 187;, & # 8212; DTEK explained.
- Earlier, the BBC published an interview saying that DTEK urged Ukrainians to think about going abroad to save electricity.