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The reasons for sudden large-scale power outages in Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries are exposed by foreign media | Kazakhstan | Central Asia | Uzbekistan_Sina News

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Original title: The reasons for sudden large-scale power outages in Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries were exposed by foreign media

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  Overseas Network, January 25th According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, a large-scale power outage occurred in many Central Asian countries on the 25th. A local operator in Kazakhstan said the disruption to the Central Asian energy system was caused by overloaded traffic on a transit line in Kazakhstan.

According to reports, on the 25th, large-scale power outages occurred in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan. Central Almaty, Taraz and Taldykurgan in Kazakhstan have lost power. The Kyrgyz capital’s water supply was cut off after a power outage caused pumping stations to stop working. Metro services in Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent were affected and the airport refused to accept flights. The report said the power outage was related to the failure of the Central Asia Interconnection Power System. (Overseas Network Li Fang)

   

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