McDonald’s completes reopening of its restaurants in Ukraine after invasion

In fact, McDonald’s announced this Thursday will reopen some of their restaurants in Kyiv and parts of Western Ukraine, country, in February it closed all its facilities because of the Russian invasion. The company, without giving specific dates, said “in the next few months” start working with suppliers to get the right products and preparing restaurants to welcome guests again.

“After discussions and discussions with Ukrainian officials, suppliers and security experts, and in response to the request of our workers to return to work, we decided to make a plan to reopen parts of some restaurants in Kyiv and western Ukraine, others have been successful,” said Paul Pomeroy, vice president of international markets.

According to McDonald’s, the company’s employees in Ukraine those who asked for the work to be repeated, it was also supported by the Ukrainian authorities, who believe that it will help revive the economy and restore certain conditions.

At this time it is not known how many restaurants will open There were more than a hundred McDonald’s in Ukraine before the war. Since the beginning of the war, the multinational has been paying the wages of more than 10,000 workers in the country, said Pomeroy, as he inspected the opening ways.

As a result of the war, the company decided to close its restaurants in Russia and beyond leave the country completelywhere he worked for thirty years. In May, McDonald’s announced the sale of all its businesses in the country to entrepreneur and business partner Alexander Govor, who Vkusno and Tochka chain stores were opened (Delicious, period).

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