The city will receive an additional grant of EUR 4.4 million for purchasing transport equipment.
The carrier currently has 16 bus lines from Ukraine, 8 of which it launched after the war began.
The buses will arrive in Kyiv approximately in mid-January 2023.
A bus departed on the first journey on the Kyiv-Berlin line on 22 December.
This decision was made after Russia destroyed the Dnipro transport company in a night attack involving Iskander missiles.
The buses will soon begin operation on routes in the Dniprovskyi and Desnianskyi districts of Kyiv.
Buses will initially be operated on the three routes three times a week, but the frequency will increase over time.
More than 11 million Ukrainian citizens were able to travel abroad in 2020 despite the quarantine.
Purchases in 2020 even surpassed purchases in 2011, when Ukrainian cities bought equipment ahead of the Euro 2012 football championship, including 282 trolleybuses.
This measure is temporary.
Two of them will be completely "green".
According to the CEO of BlaBlaCar and Busfor Ukraine, bus carriers have been forced to fight off the increased competition that is emerging on certain routes in Ukraine.
The company will launch a bus service from Kyiv to Warsaw through Zhytomyr, Rivne, and Radom.
Sale of tickets to three popular destinations has already begun.
The buses must be delivered before March 20 this year.
The company intends to increase the number of international bus services from Ukraine, but an important goal is to launch a domestic bus service.
The company hopes to achieve success on the European market with the new bus.
The German bus operator will launch an Odesa-Pilsen service.
FlixBus is very likely to begin operating buses branded in green livery in Ukraine.
Ternopilelektrotrans has already received 20 MAN Lion`s City buses.