The Kyiv city council banned the sale and launch of fireworks in the capital during the war, as well as movement around the city in cars without a silencer.
This was announced by the mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko in Telegramreports Ukrinform.
“Today (June 23 – ed.) we made a decision to ban the sale and launch of fireworks in Kyiv during the war. And the movement of cars without a silencer around the city. A few years ago there was already a decision to ban fireworks, but we see that not everyone behaves adequately. There is a war in Ukraine, shelling of our cities continues, and some citizens arrange fireworks. Or they drive cars through the streets, like on a jet plane. There should be responsibility for this,” Klitschko said.
According to the mayor of the capital, the first decision provides that during the martial law in Ukraine and 30 days after its termination or cancellation in the city of Kyiv, the sale (sale, trade) of fireworks, salutes and pyrotechnics is prohibited, as well as their launch.
At the same time, the second decision provides for a ban on the movement of vehicles in Kyiv using the “forward flow” exhaust system and other exhaust systems where there is no noise absorber in their design until the termination or cancellation of the legal regime. martial law throughout the territory of Ukraine.
As Ukrinform reported, at the end of May Verkhovna Rada extended martial law in Ukraine until August 23.