New developments are "tense like a string" in Kiev and two major Ukrainian cities are surrounded by Russia

 On March 15, at least four major buildings in Kiev were hit by air strikes, killing two people, Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko announced on Telegram.

Vitali Klitschko said that in response to the upcoming Russian air strikes, Kiev will impose a 36-hour curfew. This order is in effect from 8 p.m. on March 15 to 7 a.m. on March 17, local time.

During the curfew period, people in Kiev were forbidden to leave their homes without a special permit.

"I ask all Kievans to prepare for the fact that they will have to stay in their homes or emergency shelters for almost two days," announced Klitschko.

In Kharkiv, authorities said there were 65 shelling attacks on the city on March 14, causing many casualties.

Oleh Syniehubov - head of the Civil Administration of Kharkiv Region - said that fighting between the Ukrainian armed forces and the Russian army took place fiercely from March 14 to 15 in 3 towns of Izium, Balaklia and Dergachi.

“More than 600 buildings in Kharkiv have been destroyed since Russia launched its military operation. The condition is not recoverable or repairable. Thousands of people have lost their homes," Syniehubov said.

Mr. Syniehubov said that Kharkiv is still surrounded by Russian troops. Many people in the city face shortages of food, water, medicine and especially gas for heating.

Mariupol authorities said that on March 14, only about 300 civilians were evacuated to the city of Zaporizhzhia.

“As we reported, about 160 cars left the city on March 14. We received news at 10 am on March 15 that 300 people have reached Zaporizhzhia," the Mariupol government announced on social media.

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