In Kharkiv, the subway will soon resume operation, those living there will be resettled

As early as May 16, resettlement will begin.

In Kharkiv, the metro will soon resume operation, those living there will be resettled / photo from UNIAN, Andrey Marienko
In Kharkiv, the metro will soon resume operation, those living there will be resettled / photo from UNIAN, Andrey Marienko

Kharkiv metro is preparing to resume work. People for whom the subway has become a home will be resettled.

Mayor Igor Terekhov said this in a commentary to ICTV journalist Tatyana Dotsyak.play video

According to the mayor, the opening is possible in the next couple of weeks. 

“We spoke with the leadership of the metro … At first, there was such a conclusion, you know, that during heavy bombing, our metro bridge was crossed. Today we are given the conclusion that the metro bridge is still in good condition and metro trains can pass through it. Therefore, I think , a week, a week and a half, two, and the first trains will already begin to run on the subway!” Terekhov says.

As early as May 16, they will begin to relocate people who were fleeing shelling in the subway.

“We will begin to move people who live at metro stations to dormitories, provide them with all the necessary conditions: food, feeding, medicines, bedding,” the mayor assured. 

As UNIAN wrote, the Russian invaders were unable to take Kharkiv by storm. Because the enemy troops  leave the outskirts of the city, moving towards the Russian-Ukrainian border.

According to the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleg Sinegubov,  the relative calm is caused primarily by the counteroffensive of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine , which drove the Russian military away from the city.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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