New outages strike Venezuela

UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Venezuelans have reported new power outages in various states of the country, the Nacional newspaper writes.

According to the publication, which refers to local residents, disconnections occurred, in particular, in some areas where power supply has already been restored.

Electricity gradually began to return to homes, starting from the second half of Friday.

Without light, while there are states of Valencia, Vargas, Tachira, Sulia, Lara, Carabobo and several others.

The energy collapse in Venezuela occurred on March 7 due to an accident at the country’s largest hydroelectric power station, El Guri.

The National Electricity Corporation (Corpoelec) described the incident as sabotage and an episode of the energy war against Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro blamed American imperialism for unleashing it.

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