TEHRAN (defapress) - Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said on Monday that "very important advances" have been achieved to recover the country's electrical system after massive blackouts hit the country in early March.
News ID: 77390
Publish Date: 14May 2019 - 12:38
"We've made a positive evaluation of the advances (and) what this plan has signified for the first 30 days", Rodriguez said, referring to an initial 30-day recovery plan, Xinhua news agency reported.
The vice president also accused the country's opposition of being behind the outages.
"The attack (against the electric system) was criminal, ruthless, aimed at destroying the generation and transmission system," she said.
She also noted that the electric workers have been at "the forefront" of efforts to restore the National Electric System.