Situation in Mykolaiv now more dangerous than two weeks ago - Kim

Situation in Mykolaiv now more dangerous than two weeks ago - Kim

The situation in Mykolaiv is now even more dangerous than it was two weeks ago because the city is under constant attacks.

Vitaliy Kim, head of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration, said this at a briefing at the Media Center Ukraine - Ukrinform, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"Now the situation is even more dangerous than it was two weeks ago, because the city is under non-stop shelling. We advised two districts of the city to move to another area. But I don't know how many people listened to that," Kim said.

According to him, more than 3,700 civilian facilities in the city have been damaged or destroyed, and this number is growing every day. The day before yesterday, one of the largest terminals in Ukraine was destroyed, a fire broke out there and it was extinguished for two days, he said.

Kim also said that more than 300 civilians had been killed during the war, including two of them in the last 24 hours.

On February 24, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops are shelling and destroying critical infrastructure and residential areas of Ukrainian cities, towns and villages using artillery, multiple rocket launchers, air bombs and ballistic missiles.

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