The Mariupol: Art vs. War meet-up is the first event launching a new cultural hub, I am Mariupol. Culture, which aims to continue the life of Mariupol in a cultural environment through the work of its artists.
Only emergency services vehicles, public transportation, transit cargo, and vehicles with special passes can move across the South (Pivdennyi) bridge.
The service will onset this Friday, June 24, and be provided from 10:00 to 16:00 at Vcentri HUB of Shevchenkivsky district, Volodymyrsja street 51-B.
Near 850,000 passengers have used their rights for a subsidized ride.
The voting results were submitted to the Kyiv City Council for further consideration by the expert committee. Based on expert opinions, councilors of the City Council will decide on name changes.
It’s planned to complete the pavement levels and sidewalks, organize bicycle lanes and replace streetlights by the end of August.
The city authorities urge drivers to obey traffic rules and yield to ambulances, police, rescue services, and humanitarian aid vehicles.
It has also distributed 1,700 bulletproof vests to the State Border Guard Service.
On June 15, voting to rename objects whose names are linked to russia and its satellite states started in the Kyiv Digital (Київ Цифровий) app.
The worst damage occurred to buildings in the Svyatoshyno, Obolon, and Shevchenko districts.
Voting will be open until June 19.
Road marking work is underway on many streets in Kyiv.
Preparations for the heating season continue under martial law.
Water quality in Kyiv meets sanitary standards