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Offline David Rochlin

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Kyiv in the Red Zone: For how long?
« on: 05:04 01-Nov-2021 »
I might visit Ukraine again, but want Kyiv to exit the Red Zone to some other color.  Is there any indication of how long Klitchko plans to follow this color scheme?  One person informed me that it might only be a month, and recent history suggests exiting a Zone color is only considered once per month.  However, I don't think Kyiv has ever exited a zone after only one month in previous waves. 
Has anyone seen any indications in the murky tea leaves of  bureaucratic intentions?


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Re: Kyiv in the Red Zone: For how long?
« Reply #1 on: 19:51 03-Nov-2021 »
I think Klitschko said AT LEAST a month.  Given that winter is coming I would not be surprised if it will be longer

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Re: Kyiv in the Red Zone: For how long?
« Reply #2 on: 06:04 07-Jan-2022 »
Any updates?
Might stop by on the way to somewhere else.

Is it business as usual at the moment?

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Re: Kyiv in the Red Zone: For how long?
« Reply #3 on: 06:15 08-Jan-2022 »
Kyiv is in the yellow zone.  That's about as good as it gets, these days.

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Re: Kyiv in the Red Zone: For how long?
« Reply #4 on: 17:40 11-Jan-2022 »
And that's subject to change daily...    :-X
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