Russian forces will help residents of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, move to the central city of Vasilkiv.
The BBC quoted Moscow officials as saying on Thursday (March 3rd).
Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the country’s defense ministry, made the proposal.
According to the BBC, Russia has, for the second time, offered a way for Kiev’s civilians to leave the city.
On Monday (February 28th), Maj. Gen. Konashenkov made the same offer to civilians, saying that Vasilkiv’s path was open and safe.
Earlier, the city of Vasilkiv was attacked by Russian forces. Russian forces are shelling the city.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says 227 civilians have been killed in the first five days of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.
Officials say another 525 civilians were injured in the clashes in Ukraine.