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Kharkiv Residents Hesitate to Leave Subway Shelter | Ukraine Russia Conflict | Oneindia News

Kharkiv Residents Hesitate to Leave Subway Shelter | Ukraine Russia Conflict | Oneindia News

Now that the shelling of Kharkiv has mostly subsided, the local government is keen to get the subway running again and revive the city.

It wants the people who sought safety in the metro to leave and is offering to relocate them.

But many are reluctant.

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