Attacks in kyiv intensify and impose curfew
The mayor of kyiv, Vitali Klichkó, announced a 36-hour curfew in the Ukrainian capital starting Tuesday night due to the “difficult and dangerous” situation in the city.
“Today is a difficult and dangerous day (…) That is why I am asking the people of kyiv to prepare to be at home for two days,” the official said in a statement explaining that traffic in the city It will be prohibited from 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday until 7:00 a.m. on Thursday.
“Any movement in kyiv without special permits is prohibited. You will only be able to go outside to reach the shelters,” added the mayor of the Ukrainian capital.
The authorities had already imposed a similar curfew on February 26, at the start of the Russian invasion. Now they reestablished the measure before the resurgence of the attacks.
As part of the new bombing, at least two people died in the attack on a residential building in the Ukrainian capital. The city is surrounded by Russian forces.