Russia to launch 2 new power stations in Crimea to mark 5th anniversary of reunification | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Russia to launch 2 new power stations in Crimea to mark 5th anniversary of reunification

Two new power stations in Crimea will start working at full capacity as early as next week as the peninsula is set to celebrate the fifth anniversary of reunification with Russia.

The power stations in Simferopol and Sevastopol, built by Russian state-run conglomerate Rostec, will be launched on March 18, according to sources familiar with the plans, as quoted by Reuters. The event in Sevastopol may reportedly be attended by President Vladimir Putin, the source at the city legislative body told the agency.

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