However, you can watch the “parade” of burnt Russian equipment in the center of the capital starting today, August 20.
IN Kyiv banned mass events from August 22 to 25.
The head of the Kyiv City Military Administration, Mykola Zhirnov, instructed to ban the holding of mass events, peaceful gatherings, rallies and other events related to large gatherings of people.
This decision was made in order to respond in a timely manner to possible threats of missile and bomb attacks by the Russian military during the celebration of the Day of the National Flag of Ukraine and Independence Day.
“From August 22 to 25, it is prohibited to hold mass events, peaceful meetings, rallies and other events related to a large gathering of people,” Mykola Zhirnov’s order says.
All residents of the capital are reminded of the necessity of unconditional implementation of safety measures, use of existing protective structures and shelters in case of receiving an “Air alarm” signal.
In particular, because of this, all planned and announced events at #VcentriHUB for this period have been cancelled.
“Take care of yourself and your loved ones! Do not ignore air alarms and believe in the Armed Forces,” the message of the Kyiv City Military Administration reads.
Yuriy Ignat, the spokesman of the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, warns that Russia may launch massive missile strikes on Ukraine in the coming daysespecially on August 24 – the Independence Day of Ukraine.
As a reminder, August 24, 2022 Ukraine will celebrate the 31st anniversary of Independence.
Starting today, August 20, in the center of the capital, you can watch the “parade” of burnt Russian equipment.