Kiev mayor Vitaliy Klitschko urged residents to stay at home and not to use public transport. An exception is envisaged for those who work at critical infrastructure enterprises.
In case of an alarm, Kiev residents are asked to go down to the underground, which will be open as a shelter.
Underground services, national police officers and volunteers are doing everything necessary to keep people safe in the underground.
On the surface everything looks calm and controlled, but in fact every Kiev citizen understands, that such situation is unacceptable from the point of view of civilized life. And people are here only because of the full-blown Russian aggression, which drives even women in labour and babies underground.