Curfew reduction in Kyiv: how shops, cafes and metro will work
From March 26, the curfew will be reduced on the territory of Kyiv and the Kyiv region. The subway schedule will also change.
According to the mayor of the capital, Vitali Klitschko, most of the regional centers of Ukraine have also reduced the curfew. By the way, the CMVA also made a decision on roadblocks.
How shops, cafes and metro will work in Kyiv
From March 26, the metro and surface public transport will change their work schedule according to the curfew time – that is, they will work an hour longer.
Shops, malls and restaurants will continue to operate. Given the time that their workers can get home before the curfew.
Curfew in the Kyiv region
Klitschko noted that the curfew will also be reduced in the Kyiv region. It will continue, as in the capital – from zero hours to 5 am a day.
Part of checkpoints to be removed in Kyiv
Earlier it became known that checkpoints and engineering buildings in Kyiv would remain functioning. Some of them will be put into sleep mode. That is, they will be removed from the roadway, but concrete blocks, sandbags, anti-tank hedgehogs will be left. This will be done in order to promptly bring checkpoints into combat mode in the event of a threat to Kyiv.
And other roadblocks will be completely dismantled. That is, checkpoints will be removed from the roadway, concrete blocks, sandbags and anti-tank hedgehogs will be taken out, trenches will be filled in, and dugouts will be dismantled.