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Top 5 News Stories 3 June

Top 5 News Stories 3 June

1. As July 1, Kyiv will switch to e-tickets on public transport. This was reported by the press service of the Kyiv metro. You can pay for your ride using a KyivSmartCard, a map of the metro (up to 31.03.2021), a contactless Bank card of any payment system, Google Pay, Apple Pay or Kyivsmartcard mobile apps or you can buy a single ticket with a QR code . Single use tickets can be paper or electronic purchased in the app app.kyivcity.gov.ua or T-kiosks.
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2. Due to heavy rains in Ukraine, rescuers are warned of possible flooding due to rising water levels in rivers. State emergency service reported that further flooding of backwaters and land is possible, especially today and tomorrow in the Dniester Halych-zalishchiki region where water levels are expected to rise by 2.1-2.6 m.
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3. A Ukrainian delegation headed by Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Coleby arrived in Berlin for talks with German foreign Minister Haiko Maas. The agenda of this political visit includes deoccupation of Donbass and Crimea, Germany’s support for reforms in Ukraine, particularly health reform, Ukrainian membership to NATO, European integration of Ukraine to the EU Council in the second half of 2020, and a number of other issues.
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4. Spring is over in Kyiv, but summer has not yet arrived. The Central geophysical Observatory named after Boris Sreznevsky reported that “According to the observations of the weather station, the average spring air temperature in the capital was +9.6 ° C, which is 1.4 ° C higher than the climate norm. This year, the spring was very contrasting, if March was higher than the climate norm by 5.8 ° C, then May was colder by 2.8 ° C”
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5. An employee of the Ministry of HEALTH was found to have the coronavirus disease COVID-19. This was announced by the Minister of health Maxim Stepanov during a briefing on June 2. According to the Minister, the circle of people the employee had contact with was immediately identified.
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