The night of March 20 passed quietly in Kyiv. After the curfew is over, the capital lives in wartime mode - the infrastructure, grocery stores, pharmacies, and public transport are operating, the press center of the Kyiv city state administration reports.
“The night of March 20 passed quietly in Kyiv. The city’s infrastructure, utility workers, public transportation staff, medics, and first responders are working. All the utilities are provided,” the message says.
The Kyiv city state administration informs that Pyvnychnyy and Darnytskyy bridges are open to connecting the left and right banks. Also, according to the Kyiv city state administration, farmers' markets and other food markets are resuming their work. The humanitarian headquarters also keeps operating.
On Saturday, March 19, the occupiers have not shelled the capital for the first time in a few days.
The city authorities also continue evacuating people from villages and towns in the Kyiv regions, providing them with transportation and organizing accommodation.
Earlier, American media reported Russian occupiers building fortifications (ramparts) near Kyiv.