“ATB-market” is one of the first retail chains to resume the operation of stores in the most affected by the atrocities of the occupiers of the suburban settlements of Kyiv Bucha and Irpin. On Friday, April 29, two chain stores will open their doors to residents in Irpin on 25 Soborna street and on 15a Centralna street, as well as a shop in Bucha on 6 Energetykiv street.
The premises of the restored shops were partially damaged during the active hostilities in these settlements. “ATB-market” has made every effort to eliminate all damage and prepare shops for work as soon as possible, and most importantly – to enable people to return to a peaceful life in safe areas.
To date, “ATB-market” has resumed operations in about 50 of its stores in the Ukrainian territories liberated from the Russian occupiers. Earlier, dozens of ATB stores in Sumy and the region, Chernihiv and Kyiv regions returned to work. At the beginning of May, the company plans to resume the operation of three more chain stores in Kyiv at 28 Lisovy Avenue, 119 Lobanovsky Avenue and at Ushinsky. Also at the beginning of May, the ATB chain store in the village of Shchaslyve, located halfway from Kyiv to Boryspil, will resume operations.
It will be recalled that since the beginning of the full-scale military aggression on the territory of Ukraine, ATB Corporation has provided humanitarian aid to Ukrainians in the amount of over UAH 200 million. Over the past month, more than 100 tons of vital cargo have been collected and handed over to Ukrainian defenders as part of a nationwide program of product collection and humanitarian aid, which is implemented in every existing ATB store.
Since the beginning of the war, the entire large team of ATB Corporation has been working in an intensive mode 24/7. It does everything possible to provide the population of the country with food and basic necessities.
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