News on March 22: the enemy hit the Dnipro HPP, Ukraine will receive another $880 million from the IMF

News on March 22: the enemy hit the Dnipro HPP, Ukraine will receive another $880 million from the IMF


About DniproHES. As a result of the rocket attack on March 22, there is hit on the largest HPP of Ukraine – Dnipro HPP in Zaporizhzhia. There is no threat of a breach, the situation at the dam of the station is under control. Later it became known that Russian missiles hit by DniproHES 8 times.

About the power system. As a result of Russian missile attacks on the facilities of the energy system of Ukraine in a number of regions of Ukraine were introduced emergency power outages.

Subsequently, “Ukrenergo” gave the command to turn on household consumers in all regions of Ukraine, except Kharkiv, Odesa, Khmelnytskyi and Dnipropetrovsk.

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said that in order to restore power to all household consumers cut off as a result of the Russian attack on the Ukrainian energy system, needed era.

About the IMF. Board of Directors of the International Monetary Fund approved the third revision of the EFF Extended Funding Program.

About FAO. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Ukraine does not perform or implements some of the international aid projects for war-affected regions in an untimely and incomplete manner.

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