Sergiu Tofilat, a local energy policy analyst, told Moldova’s TV8 channel that the country’s energy supplies relied on a power line that passed through Transnistria, a breakaway Russian-controlled territory in Moldova bordering Ukraine, before reaching the capital Chisinau. “When there are bombings in Ukraine, this line is automatically disconnected and we are left without electricity,” he was quoted as saying.

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