Monitoring Desk: Kyiv Metro Rapid Transit System which is run by the Kyivskyi Metropolitan Utility Company is ready to resume passenger transportation from May 25.
Deputy head of the Kyiv Subway, Nataliya Makohon, announced this to Ukrainian News Agency.
“After the decision is made, we are immediately ready to resume work. If they allow us to start from 25 (May), then we will start from 25, respectively,” she said.
Makogon said that the Kyiv Subway expects an appropriate decision from the Cabinet of Ministers, which stopped passenger transportation in the Kyiv Metro.
Makohon maintained that the Kyiv Subway did not stop its operations but only passenger transportation was stopped while the enterprise continued to carry out repairs and maintain infrastructure.
As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on May 13, the mayor of Kyiv, chairperson of the Kyiv City State Administration, Vitali Klitschko, asked the Cabinet of Ministers to resume the work of the Kyiv metro from May 25.
On May 7, the Office of the President said that due to the unstable situation with the spread of coronavirus, the subway cannot be opened until May 22.