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Power Blackout Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan – Blackout: Kazakhstan attacks Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, creating chaos

Agency, Moscow / Almaty.

Posted by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Wednesday, 26 January 2022 01:23 AM IST

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The city of Shyamkent in southern Turkestan and the city of Taras in Jumble were badly damaged. Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have also been hit hard by the crisis, the energy ministry said.

Power cuts in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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Widespread power outages hit Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday. The phases of these three republics of the former Soviet Union are interconnected and connected to the Russian power grid via Kazakhstan. But the north-south power line of Kazakhstan was cut off due to emergency imbalance and the blackout caused panic.

We will tell you that this line of Kazakhstan connects the neighboring countries with the main power houses of the Russian network. However, the cause of the resistance is not yet clear. But due to the crisis, Tashkent Airport in Uzbekistan suspended flights and the Tashkent Metro was suspended. Two million people living in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, were in dire straits.

The city of Shyamkent in southern Turkestan and the city of Taras in Jumble were badly damaged. Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have also been hit hard by the crisis, the energy ministry said. These phases are interconnected to compensate for unexpected power outages. But, on Tuesday, everyone had to face its consequences in the form of electrocution.

Trapped in metro tunnels, traffic lights were turned off
The power outage caused hours of unrest throughout the area. Several metro trains were stranded in the tunnel. In many places lifts were stopped and airports closed. Heating and tap water pipes were out of order and traffic lights were turned off in most areas.

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Widespread power outages hit Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday. The phases of these three republics of the former Soviet Union are interconnected and connected to the Russian power grid via Kazakhstan. But the north-south power line of Kazakhstan was cut off due to emergency imbalance and the blackout caused panic.

We will tell you that this line of Kazakhstan connects the neighboring countries with the main power houses of the Russian network. However, the cause of the resistance is not yet clear. But due to the crisis, Tashkent Airport in Uzbekistan suspended flights and the Tashkent Metro was suspended. Two million people living in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, were in dire straits.

The city of Shyamkent in southern Turkestan and the city of Taras in Jumble were badly damaged. Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have also been hit hard by the crisis, the energy ministry said. These phases are interconnected to compensate for unexpected power outages. But, on Tuesday, everyone had to face its consequences in the form of electrocution.

Trapped in metro tunnels, traffic lights were turned off

The power outage caused hours of unrest throughout the area. Several metro trains were stranded in the tunnel. In many places lifts were stopped and airports closed. Heating and tap water pipes were out of order and traffic lights were turned off in most areas.