Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Many states, including the capital Caracas, cannot be energized in Venezuela, where there were four major blackouts in 2019.
Venezuelan Information Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in a statement on the issue, said the interruption was due to an electromagnetic attack, he refrained from giving details about the attack.
After the one-week outage in Venezuela, which began on March 7, the second major interruption took place on March 25 and lasted two days. The last interruptions took place on March 29-30, after the resolution of this interruption problem, President Nicolas Maduro announced a 30-day plan. Within the framework of the plan, there were regular cuts in different parts of the country between 6 pm and 8 pm.
The government also decided to restructure CORPOELEC, the company responsible for the country's electricity infrastructure.