Lithuanian-run enterprise came under fire in eastern Ukraine

Ukraine before the ceasefire

“We came out of it relatively undamaged. Some gas systems providing fuel to private houses were damaged more, however,” Vaidas Povilėnas, head of Artemovsk Energiya told the national radio LRT.

In his words, two people, including a child, were killed and seven people were injured during the attack.

Artemovsk Energiya, part of the Vilnius-based E Energija group having also the European Reconstruction and Development Bank among its shareholders. It has operated in Ukraine since 2007.

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