Mass shutdown of electricity occurred in Balkans

In Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovin and Croatia, mass shutdown of electricity occurred against the background of a 40-degree heat.

Due to interruptions in the energy transfer network, almost the entire territory of the country of Montenegro without electricity.

Electricity turned off in some parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.

Montenegrin energy distribution company announced that it is working on a solution to the problem.

Bosnia’s State Energy Company reported that the power outage was caused by problems on the regional distribution line.

In the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, a transport collapse occurred due to the disconnection, trams stopped, and traffic lights did not work.

In the Croatian split, the movement of Croatia due to the accident stopped traffic.

There are also short -term power outages in Albania and Kosovo.