"Ukraine will start the first long-distance passenger rail transport as early as June 1. The lockdown gave time to prepare for the reception of passengers," he said.
It is reported that Minister Vladyslav Krykliy has conducted an inspection of the Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi station: security measures have been strengthened and a new video surveillance system has been installed - 22 cameras that have a face recognition function.
"This will help with the prevention of theft and will allow law enforcement agencies to track offenders traveling by train," the ministry noted.
As we reported earlier, ground urban, suburban and intraregional public transport will resume its movement on May 22, when the second phase of quarantine exit begins.
Starting from May 25, Ukraine plans to resume the work of the metro.
Masking, temperature screening of employees and constant disinfection of vehicles remains a mandatory requirement.