The Kyivskyi Metropoliten will suspend the operation of the Kyiv city subway over the quarantine aimed at prevention of the spread of the coronavirus from 11 p.m., Tuesday, March 17 until April 3.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi asks the Cabinet of Ministers to ban the railway, air and bus intercity transfers and work of metro starting from the midday, March 18.
The Investigative Committee of Russia has named the terrorist responsible for the explosion on the St. Petersburg metro on April 3.
A video showing the first moments after the April 3 terrorist attack on the St. Petersburg metro has been released online. The video captures people getting out from an exploded carriage at the Tekhnologicheskiy Institut station.
Russia's National Anti-Terrorism Committee (NAC) reports nine killed and more than 20 injured as a result of an explosion on the St. Petersburg metro.
People living near Heroiv Dnipra metro station in Ukraine's capital city staged a protest against the construction of a shopping and entertainment center.
Metro stations not far from EU administrative buildings in Brussels have been affected by explosions, media report.
Communal enterprise Kyiv Subway stated under funding of its needs and the fact that the cost of transporting the privileged is not reimbursed from state and local budgets. The Subway authorities say that the cost of transportation does not meet the applicable fare for travel in metro. Due to the crisis that befell the company - worn parts of the rails cannot be changed - train speed may be reduced: it is necessary for the safety of traffic.