In the center of Kiev today, partly restrict the roads is more out Paralympic games in Rio

В центре Киева сегодня частично ограничат автодвижение из-за проводов паралимпийцев в Рио

In the center of Kiev August 27, partly restrict the movement of transport in connection with the ceremony of Ukraine national team at the Paralympic games in Rio de Janeiro. This was reported in the press service of Kyiv city state administration (KCSA).

So, roads is more will be banned along the route: from the intersection of Mikhailovskaya street and the street to Independence square from 16:00 to 23:00, on the street (from street to street Khreshchatyk), Khreschatyk street (from the street to the three saints street), Church St., St. Michael.

In addition, will be limited movement of vehicles on the street (from the intersection with the street street to the intersection with the street) from 01:00 to 23:00 on August 27, 2016 to set the stage and special designs for the event.

Will also restrict vehicular traffic on Independence square, namely the first two lanes on the street from the House of trade unions to the post office until 01:00 on 27 August 2016 with the aim of developing places for people with disabilities and the installation of stage structures for the event.

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During the event will be closed all exits from the underpass at the Independence square. Will be limited to the Parking of vehicles at the venue from 19:00 26 August 22:00 27 Aug 2016

If necessary and at the request of the state guard of Ukraine temporarily closed the entrance and exit of the subway station “Independence square”.

Note that the celebrations at the Independence square will run from 19:00 to 22:00 and the solemn March of the national Paralympic team of Ukraine on the route from the intersection of Mikhailovskaya street and the street to Independence square from 19:30 to 19:35.

Related news: the First lady of Ukraine has signed an exchange of flags with Paralympians