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as the worst power outage in Venezuela's history drags on China has offered to help from home soon we phone glitching China hopes that the Venezuelan side can discover the reason for this issue as soon as possible and resume normal power supply and social order we are willing to provide help and technical support we got our guys and other cities were plunged into darkness Thursday after the country's main hydroelectric plants broke down , the blackout has fueled anger among citizens who see their food already scarce is riding in the refrigerators , has also intensified the political climate with opposition leader and self proclaimed interim president one white go calling the power failure the product of corruption and incompetence what president Nicolas Maduro without evidence blames the outage on cyber sabotage by the U. S. but China seems willing to consider that possibility there are reports saying that the system affected by this accident was the Venezuelan national power grid which suffered a hacking attack this is also what we saw written in relevant reports China is deeply concerned about this model whose backed by China and Russia and retains control of the military is facing an unprecedented political crisis under pressure from the US and other western nations to step down the outage has worsened the situation for many who had trouble obtaining basic necessities like flower in twelve the paper even before the blackout