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    Mykolaiv introduces a two-day curfew

    A two-day curfew will be in force in Mykolaiv, an important port city in the southern part of Ukraine, from Friday evening. The information was provided by the regional authorities. The restrictions will remain in place until the morning hours of 8 August.

    According to the head of the regional authorities, Vitaly Kim, the restrictions will come into force on Friday at 11 pm local time (10 pm Polish time). Kim, whose words are quoted by the Ukrinform agency, urged citizens to respond to these ordinances of the authorities with understanding.



    The Mykolaiv region, including the region’s main city, has been under intense shelling by Russian troops for days.


    At the end of July, the Russians shelled residential areas of Mykolaiv several times, including cluster shells. The regional authorities announced cash rewards in July for the detection of individuals who help Russian troops to direct fire on targets. 






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