Klitschko warned the people of Kyiv about the difficult heating season
The authorities are preparing for all possible scenarios. But the mayor's office also urges citizens to do this and, just in case, craft warm clothes and blankets.
This was stated by the Mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, in an interview with Babel.
We will do everything possible and impossible that depends on us to keep the houses warm. But I ask everyone to prepare warm home clothes and warm blankets because we do not rule out that the temperature in the places will be several degrees below normal. The norm is 21 degrees, and maybe 19 or 18. There may be power outages. We hope and will do everything to ensure this does not happen, Klitschko said.
He added that in case of power outages in Kyiv, there are generators, and if there is no gas or heating, there are reserves of fuel oil.
Klitschko says the city will be able to function autonomously in case of disruptions. But for a short time.