Due to the introduction of martial law, the academic year at Kyiv’s general secondary schools ended online without the traditional celebrations at schools.
On average, 100 donors visit blood donation points daily.
Since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion, specialists at Kyiv’s Contact Center have processed nearly half a million calls, registered almost 140,000 requests, and consulted over 315,000 people.
Work will get underway to examine the bottom of the water at Kyiv’s beaches and recreation areas to check for the presence of explosives.
Having identified the current need for child care, the capital will open some of its kindergartens on June 1.
In the last few weeks, a significant number of residents have returned to the capital.
To cover these expenses, almost 600 million hryvnias are allocated from the budget.
Over 30 patriotic flower beds dedicated to Ukraine’s fight against Russia’s occupation will be created in Kyiv.
The pen was presented by the current US President, Joe Biden to the head of “Ukroboronprom” back in 2017 – in the position of Vice-President.
The Pushcha-Vodytsya tram is iconic and a symbol of Kyiv.
Eight temporary accommodation centers for refugees in Warsaw have provided shelter to 2,000 people.
Until May 31, children from subsidized categories and those living in the school’s area will have priority for school admission.
In total, in the week since payments for riding public transportation and parking were reintroduced.
Despite the war, the city is working on expanding its trams.