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Power supply of one part of Didgori region is temporarily limited
10:04 04.09.2012
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Due to rehabilitation-preventive works at substation “Kiketi”, Didgori region power supply is temporarily suspended from 11am to 5pm. 
According to the information of “Telasi”, the limitation will apply to: Kiketi village, Betania and Didebi residents.  
The company officials say that the power supply will be recovered as soon as the repair works will be done.  
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