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Russian forces have surrounded the city and at least 200,000 people must be evacuated immediately, according to Ukrainian authorities.

So far, about 20 thousand people have managed to get out of Mariupol in private cars. This was stated by Adviser to the Minister of Interior of Ukraine, Wednesday.

Earlier, the deputy mayor of Mariupol stated that between 350,000 and 400,000 people are still in the city.

It is said that 3 million have fled

About 2,000 vehicles carrying civilians were said to have left Mariupol on Tuesday. This was stated by the Ukrainian authorities.

Another 2,000 cars will line up, waiting for their exit.

The International Committee of the Red Cross said a convoy of more than 100 civilian buses left the northeastern town of Sumy on Tuesday.

Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, more than 3 million people have fled the country, according to the United Nations International Organization for Migration.

According to the United Nations, about 1.4 million of the refugees are children. This means that every second a child in Ukraine becomes a refugee.

Nearly two-thirds of the refugees traveled to Poland.

The European Union shows its support

Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa are now in Kyiv to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

The purpose of the visit is to confirm the unwavering support from all over the European Union for the sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, says Czech Prime Minister Petr Viala.

“Here, in war-torn Kyiv, history is being written. This is where freedom fights against the realm of tyranny. This is where our future is decided. The European Union supports Ukraine, which can count on the help of its friends. This is the message we carried with us. To Kyiv today,” the Polish prime minister wrote on Twitter.

Slovenian Prime Minister Janis Janza wrote this on Facebook:

“For the past two years we have been discussing European values. It was basically a theoretical discussion. Then, all of a sudden, we realize that these core European values ​​really do exist. And that they are threatened and that Europeans are defending them. With life at stake, in Ukraine »

The three must, according to BBCThey crossed the border into Ukraine on Tuesday morning, before traveling by train to the capital.

The three prime ministers will also present a package of support to Ukraine.

The attacks continue

The plane exploded last night in the city of Zhytomyr, 150 km from Kyiv.

Attacks continue against the city, which is now home to the three prime ministers. Pictures from Kyiv on Tuesday show massive destruction.

A man looks at the damage to his apartment after the fire on Tuesday.

A man looks at the damage to the apartment after the fire on Tuesday.

Photo: Fadel Sina/AFP

A person holds his face to his hand at what was once a window in the block that was hit in Kyiv on Tuesday night.

A person holds his face to his hand at what was once a window in the block that was hit in Kyiv on Tuesday night.

A woman gets a strong reaction after the apartment building she lives in is hit during an attack.

A woman gets a strong reaction after the apartment building she lives in is hit during an attack.

Photo: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Twenty-seven people were saved and two people lost their lives when a group of apartments in Kyiv was hit during an attack.

Twenty-seven people were saved and two people lost their lives when a group of apartments in Kyiv was hit during an attack.

Photo: SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP

The newspaper reported early Tuesday morning Kyiv Independent About strong explosions in the capital.

During the attacks, an apartment building in the Svyatoshinsky district, west of the city, was wounded. On Tuesday morning, the block caught fire.

At dawn, an apartment building caught fire after an attack.

“Two dead people were removed from the area and 27 people were rescued,” the Ukrainian rescue service wrote in a Facebook post, according to AFP.

The BBC writes that one can see a pattern of such attacks on the morning twig.

Apartment buildings in Kyiv were also bombed during Monday’s attacks. A person is said to have lost his life in a nine-storey building in the Obolon area.

Oleg Sermit was asleep when the lump hit.

It was five in the morning when I woke up to everything falling around me due to the explosion. My wardrobe, books, computer and everything else in the apartment, Sermet tells Spanish broadcaster RTVE.

Oleg Sermet in Kyiv

Oleg Sermit suddenly woke up when the apartment building in which he lives was hit during Monday’s attack.

Photo: RTVE

Firefighters helped an unnamed woman evacuate the building by escaping the fire.

– Everything burned around me, I tried to put it out. I went out to the balcony and called for help, but I understood that I had to keep putting out the fire. I covered my face with wet towels so I wouldn’t suffocate in the smoke, the woman explains to RTVE.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko (left) and his brother Wladimir Klitschko stand next to a destroyed apartment building in Kyiv on Monday.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko () and his brother Wladimir Klitschko stand next to a destroyed apartment building in Kyiv on Monday.

Photo: ARIS MESSINIS / AFP

The mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, announced on Tuesday that there will be a curfew in the city from Tuesday night to Thursday morning. The curfew should last for 35 hours.

When the curfew came into effect, loud explosions were heard from the western outskirts of the city, he said. BBC. Explosions were heard all over the city.

Hostages in the hospital

On Tuesday evening, the governor of the Donetsk region, Pavlo Kirilenko, wrote in Telegram that It is said that Russian forces have taken hostage staff and patients of a hospital in Mariupol. According to the governor, the troops took 400 people to the hospital. The Russians are said to have refused civilians to leave the building, according to the BBC.

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Source: Institute for the Study of War / Rochan Consulting / NRK