After the shelling on December 16, water supply was returned to all residents of Kiev, the mayor of the city, Vitaliy Klitschko, said .
“Half of Kiev residents are already warm and we are working to restore it to all residents of the city. With energy supply now 2/3 of Kiev. But emergency shutdown schedules are used because the shortage of electricity is significant. And power engineers are asking for further savings,” he wrote.
At 07:30 am, the Kiev metro resumed work.
On the eve of the Russian military shelled Desnyansky, Dneprovsky and Goloseevsky districts of the city. The metro was suspended and was used as a bomb shelter. There were water shortages in the city, there was a transport collapse.
Earlier, Klitschko said in an interview with Reuters that Kiev could face an apocalypse scenario in the winter if Russia continues to strike at critical infrastructure. This is not the first time he has made such warnings. According to Klitschko, now there is no need to evacuate from Kyiv, but residents should be prepared for the fact that in the worst case scenario they will have to leave their homes for a while. He urged the people of Kiev to stock up on food, water and prepare clothes and documents, so that in the event of a power outage, they could quickly leave the city.
Zelensky said on November 1 that about 40% of the energy infrastructure in Ukraine was damaged due to Russian shelling, including thermal power plants, thermal power plants and hydroelectric power plants.