Ihor Terekhov, the mayor of Kharkov in northeastern Ukraine, said the city’s subway system would resume operations on Tuesday after months of serving as a shelter for citizens seeking to escape Russian bombing.
“Tomorrow, May 24, we will open the subway,” Terekhov said.
The subway will have a different schedule.
“All lines will be launched. Subway traffic will run from 07:00 until 19:00. The intervals will not be the same as in peacetime. The subway depot was damaged during the bombings and bombings, so the intervals will be longer “, said the mayor of Kharkov, according to stiridiaspora.ro.
In Kharkov, subway lines will become operational on Tuesday, after the city was heavily bombed for almost 3 months
Kharkov, the second largest city in Ukraine, was heavily bombed by the Russians, and many people took refuge underground.
“If necessary, people can use the subway as an anti-aircraft shelter, especially underground subways,” Terekhov said.
The Kharkov subway became a shelter from the early hours of the Russian invasion on February 24. Residents occupied the benches, steps and floors of the stations, as well as subway cars.
Ukrainian troops recaptured numerous settlements in the northern and eastern cities of Kharkov, the second largest city in Ukraine.
Army officials said they had recaptured the village of Ruska Lozova, north of the city, despite “losses,” according to CNN, according to epicnews.ro.
Ukrainian troops also take control of Verkhyna Rohanka village near Kharkov
The Ukrainian military also took control of the village of Verkhyna Rohanka, east of Kharkov.
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