The city authorities are strengthening control over the work of shelters.
The Commission of the Kyiv City Council on Technogenic and Environmental Safety and Emergency Situations adopted a decision on round-the-clock access to shelters.
About this reported Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko in Telegram.
“The adopted decision on round-the-clock access to shelters is mandatory for all institutions and institutions. Mandatory for control by all responsible services,” Klitschko said.
According to the mayor, “the public will also be involved in access control. Anyone interested can join and become public control inspectors. You need to contact the Department of Municipal Security.”
“The patrol police, and we are grateful for that, will help check the availability of shelters during the air alert during the curfew,” he added.
Klitschko informed that the Kyiv City Council, at the next extraordinary meeting, which will be held on June 8, will appeal to the parliament regarding the establishment of responsibility, including private owners of shelter premises, for not allowing people in and improper operation of shelters.
“I want to appeal to the residents of the capital. The enemy is now shelling the capital with ballistic missiles. When the alarm can sound in a matter of minutes. If you understand that you will not reach shelter so quickly, follow the rule of two walls in the house,” Klitschko noted.
According to him, the city authorities are strengthening control over the work of shelters.
“Also, we continue to take care of the life support of the capital. To maintain the city in proper condition. And even in the conditions of martial law, to make the capital a beautiful and comfortable city,” Klitschko emphasized.
Missile attack on Kyiv
We will remind you that on the night of June 1, Russian troops launched another missile attack on Kyiv, launching Iskander missiles. All the missiles were shot down, but their fragments killed people and caused destruction. A 33-year-old woman and a 34-year-old mother with a 9-year-old daughter died. Residential buildings, non-residential buildings, cars and a polyclinic were damaged.
Kyivans said that these three people died near the shelter of the polyclinic, which turned out to be closed. According to witnesses, the guard of the medical facility was drunk, locked himself in the shelter and did not let anyone in there. The police have already opened proceedings under the article “Official negligence that caused serious consequences” based on this fact.