According to the official press release, Uber restores work in Kyiv upon receipt of approval from the city authorities. We should remind that the company suspended work throughout Ukraine on the day of the Russian invasion, February 24.

Recently, Uber restored work in some of the cities of Ukraine (Lviv, Ternopil, Ivano-Frankivsk, Vinnytsia, Chernivtsi, Khmelnitsky, Lutsk and Rivne) and launched Uber AID for travel between Lviv and the Polish border. From today, Uber is also working again in Kyiv.

As reported on this occasion, Anabel Diaz, the Uber’s Regional Manager in Europe, Middle East and Africa: “To support the immediate restoration of the city, Uber will not charge any commission for a trip. This means that the full fare paid by passengers will go directly to local drivers. The Uber also donates 10,000 free trips to civil servants and other critical infrastructure employees providing the necessary assistance and services to Kyivans.”