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Mayor Vitali Klitschko warns of new air strikes in Kiev

Parts of the long caravan can be seen here
Parts of the long caravan can be seen here

Kiev is preparing for the fourth night of the bombings.

Now the plane’s alarm is ringing and civilians are urged to seek protection.

Dear Kiev. Another difficult night awaits, ”writes Mayor Vitali Klitschko on Telegram.

Air strikes on the Ukrainian capital intensified night after night.

done now Kiev Ready for another night of bombings. Aircraft alarms go off and the public is urged to get to safety as quickly as possible.

“I urge Kenyans to spend the night in shelters, because the enemy is the devil. They shoot the homes of innocent people and continue to destroy our infrastructure,” writes Mayor Vitali Klitschko on Telegram.

On Sunday evening, Maksar published satellite images showing a five-kilometer convoy of hundreds of Russian military vehicles moving in the direction of the Ukrainian capital.

“They are trying to settle in Kiev. But our residents are preparing to respond to the attackers, “writes Vitali Klitschko.


According to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, 100,000 civilians and reservists have joined the army. The mayor specifically targets those who are fighting and defending the country in the outskirts of Kiev and pushing the Russian forces back.

“I want to support the Ukrainian soldiers and thank the residents of Erbin, Forzel, Bucha and Gostomel for their perseverance. Heavy fighting continues as the enemy rushes towards Kiev. Hold on! Let us stand united!”

When Russia began its invasion of the country, a curfew was announced in Kiev which is now in effect from 17.00 to 08.00. The city is now under martial law and the general public is not allowed to stay outdoors without permission at that time.

“The shootings happen in certain areas, even during the hours when the curfew is not in place. Don’t go out into the city unless absolutely necessary.”

People who go out in the evenings and nights are in danger of being shot by Ukrainian forces.

“People who will be on the streets during these times will be considered part of the enemy,” the mayor wrote.

Withdrawal of a statement on the “besiege of Kiev”

Vitali Klitschko and President Volodymyr Zelensky repeatedly urged the population to show courage, civic courage and the need for the country to stand united against Russia. Posted earlier Sunday evening AP news agency interview With Vitali Klitschko in which he states that Kiev is besieged and that the residents cannot be evacuated.

“We can’t do that because all the roads are blocked. Now we are surrounded,” he said in an interview with the news agency.

Later in the evening, Vitali Klitschko posted a text on his Telegram, in which he claimed that “Russian sites” published the information and incorrectly quoted him. His spokesperson said he “said wrong” in the interview with The Associated Press, the Kiev Independent reports.

A total of 2.8 million people live in Kiev. The number of those who fled the city has not yet been confirmed.

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