Freelance advisor to Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy, Ilya Kenigshtein wrote on Facebook.
“Uber after Kyiv has decided to launch its service in Lviv. Soon the team from the European office will arrive so that they can examine the situation here. If NBU doesn’t procrastinate, then the service will be launched in Kyiv in late March – early April. And then straightway in Lviv,” he wrote.
As a reminder, in Kyiv in February, taxi drivers held a protest event against the launch of Uber service. They called on the equal and competitive work conditions on the market. Participants in the protest event also stated they were afraid of losing their jobs.