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China offers to help fix Venezuela’s power grid
中国提议帮助委内瑞拉修复电网

委内瑞拉总统马杜罗继续指责美国发动网络攻击,导致委内瑞拉大范围停电。但政府的批评者对这种说法嗤之以鼻。

China has offered to help Venezuela fix its failed power grid as looting reportedly broke out in western areas of the country and President Nicolás Maduro continued to claim the US was behind a cyber attack that caused Venezuela’s worst power blackout on record. 

中国提议帮助委内瑞拉修复其发生故障的电网。目前有报道称,该国西部地区爆发抢劫事件,而总统尼古拉斯•马杜罗(Nicolás Maduro)继续声称美国是造成委内瑞拉史上最严重停电事故的网络攻击的幕后黑手。

With the blackout in its sixth day, water pumps have failed, telecommunications networks have broken down, hospitals have struggled to keep equipment running, food has rotted in the tropical heat and oil exports from Venezuela’s biggest energy terminal have shut down.

停电已进入第六天,水泵失灵,电信网络瘫痪,医院艰难维持设备运行,食品在热带高温下腐烂,委内瑞拉最大能源码头的石油出口被迫停止。

Speaking in Beijing, Lu Kang, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, said China had noted reports that the power grid had allegedly failed due to a hacking attack — a claim that government critics scoff at, given the Maduro regime’s record of mismanagement and corruption.

中国外交部发言人陆慷在北京发表讲话时表示,中国注意到有报道称,事故是因为委内瑞拉供电系统遭受网络攻击所致。鉴于马杜罗政权在管理不善和腐败方面的记录,政府的批评者对这种说法嗤之以鼻。

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