Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said he was dissatisfied with the implementation and use of funds that were allocated for the construction of shelters in the capital. By the way, last year and this year UAH 1.2 billion was allocated from the city budget for this.

The mayor announced this on his Telegram.

"These funds, I emphasize, were managed and managed by the city regional state administration. The heads of districts are responsible. At the end of June, we will summarize the use of funds for the construction of shelters. And appeals to the president for removal or dismissal may be on other heads of districts," Klitschko said.

According to him, no excuses can be discussed. And the responsibility, Klitschko emphasizes, is common - "all services and mine, as mayor of the city." The mayor also stressed that the heads of districts in the capital "are appointed by the president on the proposal of the government," and the mayor "cannot even endure him (the head of the Kyiv Regional State Administration - ed.) reprimand."

"A little reference: out of 10 heads of districts, 9 of us have representatives from the Servant of the People. The Head of the Kyiv City Military Administration has been appointed by the Office of the President. This is if it is about joint and fair responsibility. I emphasize to the heads of districts that I will not tolerate sabotage! Districts of the capital are not separate principalities where you can walk in white gloves and neglect the performance of your duties," Klitschko said.

Recall that on the night of June 1 in Kyiv, near a closed shelter in a polyclinic in the Desnyansky district of the capital, three people died, including a child. At the same time, the prosecutor's office and the police conducted searches in the Kyiv City State Administration. The reason for the investigative actions was reports from residents about closed shelters during the missile attack of the Russian Federation.

President Volodymyr Zelensky has promised a "firm response" to the deaths of people in a missile strike. At the same time, he hinted at the mayor of the capital, ex-boxer Vitali Klitschko, noting that "there may be a knockout."

A document appeared in the media stating that Klitschko appealed to the Cabinet of Ministers to remove from office the head of the Desnyansky district administration Dmitry Ratnikov after the tragedy with the death of people near a closed shelter.

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  • "The three poor ones were running around the shelter": eyewitnesses told about the moment of the missile strike on Kyiv

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