Parking of vehicles in Kyiv's center to be temporarily banned

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Dec. 11, 2012, 8:02 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

The parking of vehicles in Kyiv's center will be completely banned from Wednesday, Dec. 12, due to heavy snowfall.


The Interfax-Ukraine News Agency – a company belonging to the Interfax Information Services international group – has been an information provider in the political and economic information market of Ukraine since 1992.

The parking of vehicles in Kyiv's center will be completely banned from Wednesday, Dec. 12, as an emergency situation has been introduced in the city due to recent heavy snowfall, Deputy Head of Kyiv City State Administration Anatoliy Holubchenko has said. 

He said that the ban would be in effect for the period of the emergency situation.

Vehicles parked in violation of this ban will be removed by tow trucks.

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