Resilience Points is a new project that will help Ukrainians wait out the damage to their energy and other infrastructure after possible Russian strikes. told about him in a video message president Vladimir Zelensky.
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The President said that energy and utility companies in many regions continue to restore the energy system damaged by Russian strikes.
“For this evening in 16 regions and in Kyiv, only stabilization outage schedules are used. But it should be understood that in case of surges in consumption, emergency shutdowns are also possible,” he said.
Therefore, Zelensky said, a project to support people, Points of Resilience, is being rolled out across the country.
If massive Russian strikes happen again and if there is an understanding that it will not be possible to restore power supply in a short time, then the work of the Points of Resilience will be activated. There will be electricity, mobile communications and the Internet, heat, water, and a first-aid kit absolutely free of charge and around the clock.
The points will work at all regional and district administrations, as well as at schools and in the buildings of the State Emergency Service.
To date, more than 4,000 such points have already been prepared, and it is planned to organize even more.
All information about the work of the “Points of Persistence” is reflected on a special website nezlamnist.gov.ua – there is an up-to-date map of points throughout the country.
The President called now to see where such points operate nearby and follow the map update in the coming weeks.
Also on the site it will be possible to find out where the nearest gas stations, a bank branch, a pharmacy, and a store operate.
Zelensky said there would be information in government buildings, pharmacies, shops, post offices on where to find support during a long power outage.
The site has form for business representativeswho wish to join the Points of Resilience program.
“I’m sure that by helping each other, we can all get through this winter together,” the president said.
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