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Ukrainian gunfire made Chinese students panic and shouted too suddenly | Russia

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Ukrainian gunfire made Chinese students panic and shouted too suddenly | Russia

[Epoch Times, February 25, 2022]In the early morning of Thursday (24th), many major cities in Ukraine, including the capital Kiev, were attacked by the Russian army on a large scale. Fell into panic, calling it too sudden.

The United States has repeatedly warned that Russia will send troops, but Wang Wenbin, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, criticized the United States and some people in the West for constantly inciting and spreading false information on the 16th. For the sudden attack by Russia, local Chinese students were deeply surprised.

The sound of cannons in Kharkov rang directly for foreign students: the war was too sudden

“We are too scared, too scared.” According to the Central News Agency, Zhang Gang (pseudonym), who is studying in Ukraine’s second largest city, Kharkiv, said today (24th) that it is not very safe now and is still in the school dormitory .

He said that when he was sleeping soundly at around 5:00 in the morning, the sound of cannons continued outside and the fire was dazzling. Yesterday, the whole city was under martial law. Last night, it was still talking about curfew, and then it started today. Everything happened very suddenly, too fast.

Zhang Qicheng (pseudonym), who is also studying in Kharkov, said on the phone at 5 o’clock this morning, “The sound of shelling has been heard outside. The walls and windows are shaking slightly. I am very scared.” After it was over, traffic jams started on the road.

Road to airport in capital Kiev blocked

After the Boryspil Airport in the capital Kiev was bombed by Russian troops this morning, a video uploaded by Zhao Guang (pseudonym), a Chinese student, showed that the road leading to the airport had been closed by armed police to prevent passage.

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“It’s 6:00 in the morning in Ukraine, and on the way to the airport, we saw that many cars were queuing at the gas station. Because the locals were very panicked and wanted to get out as soon as possible.”

Another Chinese student near the airport said that he just heard the Ukrainian radio that the air defense system in Kiev was destroyed. He is now at the gas station, and there have been several kilometers of cars here. Many Ukrainians want to go now. No.

The media has repeatedly asked the embassy for information to no avail

The Chinese Embassy in Ukraine said today that since February 24, the situation in Ukraine has deteriorated sharply. There have been bombings in some cities, and “the security risk in Ukraine has risen sharply”, and issued three reminders to local Chinese citizens to pay attention to safety.

A number of Chinese students said that the flight ticket from Ukraine back to China had risen to more than RMB 50,000. Now that Ukraine’s airspace has been blocked, they don’t even think about going back.

According to CCTV news, there are about 6,000 Chinese citizens in Ukraine, including Chinese-funded enterprises, international students and overseas Chinese.

On the 25th local time, the official website of the embassy announced that it is preparing to evacuate overseas Chinese in batches by chartered flights, and the deadline is 12:00 pm on February 27th (Sunday). The embassy also suggested that local citizens stick the five-star flag on the obvious position of the car body. After the international student Xiao Zhu did so, he went upstairs to carry a luggage today and returned to the car to find that the sticker had been stolen.

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Radio Free Asia reporters made multiple calls to the Chinese embassy in Ukraine, but they were unable to get through. After dialing the embassy’s 24-hour on-duty phone, the other party said that there was no emergency safety assistance for ordinary Chinese businessmen.

Responsible editor: Sun Yun#

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