Dry cargo operator running on back-up power: "The noise of generators is heard all over Odesa"

Russian missile attacks lead to blackouts in Odesa. But the people and businesses are adapting to the ”extreme conditions,” writes dry cargo exec in latest update from the Ukrainian city on the Black Sea banks.
A small business owner resorts to candle lights during a Odessa blackout back in December 2022. | Photo: Stringer/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
A small business owner resorts to candle lights during a Odessa blackout back in December 2022. | Photo: Stringer/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

When the roar of explosions cease during breaks from the extensive Russian bombardements, another sound dominates the cityscape in the crucial Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odesa.

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