McDonald’s reopens another two restaurants in Kyiv
There are already 25 McDonald's establishments in Kyiv (Photo:McDonald’s/Facebook)
U.S. fast food giant McDonald’s reopened another two restaurants in the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv on Oct. 21, the company said on Facebook.
The two restaurants reopened at 65-Ya Peremohy Avenue in the Nyvky area in the west of Kyiv, and at 1/2 Sofiivska Street on Kyiv’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti or Independence Square, the company said.
McDonald’s reopened the first three of its restaurants in Ukraine on Sept. 20. At first, the establishments were open for delivery only, with indoor seating, express windows and McDrive being reopened on Sept. 30.
The company closed all its restaurants in Ukraine on Feb. 24 following Russia’s full-scale invasion of the country.
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