Life and civilization began to return to Balakliya. Residents of the city lived for half a year without electricity, water, food, the internet and communication with the rest of Ukraine. On September 14, Ukrzaliznytsia reported that the first scheduled Ukrzaliznytsia left Kharkiv and arrived in Balakliya. To restore communication, the national railway operator restored the infrastructure damaged by the occupiers, the railway tracks and the bridge in the shortest possible time.
The rail bus will run daily on the route Kharkiv — Balakliya — Kharkiv.
"Our flag, indicating that we are forever in our Izyum. The city is guarded by our military, who protect people and keep the enemy out. Our people are now receiving all the necessary assistance," deputy head of the office of Ukraine's president, Kyrylo Tymoshenko.