The Kyiv city council has prolonged until April 27, 2018, an agreement with the Kyivenergo Company on running the heating networks of the city. With 61 votes required, 62 members of the Kyiv city council voted for the resolution, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The agreement between the Kyiv city state administration and Kyivenergo was signed in 2001. The draft resolution of the Kyiv city council reads that the city authorities will decide which municipal company will run municipal assets currently used by Kyivenergo after the expiration of the agreement. The draft resolution envisages a draft agreement before June 30, 2017, on the procedure and terms of return of the municipal assets currently transferred to Kyivenergo. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, in November 2016, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, who is also the head of the Kyiv city state administration, said the administration would not prolong the agreement with Kyivenergo.