Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Yesterday we were in front of an apartment building that Russia attacked on the outskirt of Kyiv. That is no longer the case. This is one of several sites right in the heart of the city that Russia attacked overnight. But despite all of this, three prime ministers from Poland to Czech Republic and Slovenia are coming here in person today to Kyiv to meet with president Zelensky to show solidarity, even as Russia is carrying out attacks on cities all across this country. The southern city of Mariupol looks almost post-apocalyptic, columns of smoke rising from dozens of fires. Russia has been firing into the captive city of 400,000 like shooting at hostages. A few hundred packed cars were able to get out through a Humanitarian Corridor. While overnight in Kyiv, there were more apparently random attacks, missiles fired at the city, hitting a subway station. This morning here volunteers were sweeping up in the collective spirit. No one called them, they just came from the neighborhood to help. This strike hit a subway station in central Kyiv. The Russians are no longer just picking off targets on the outskirt of the city, but now hitting the commercial and residential center of the city. Up above the station is extensively damaged. but these subways were dug during Soviet times to be deep, in case the United States back then attacked with nuclear weapons. Now the shelter is in use again and under attack by Russia. Alina who used to sell cakes she bakes at home is down on the subway platform with her daughter Anna. She said she heard the explosion hit the station and all the glass falling. "Before we used to think how good it was to sleep in our beds," she says. "Now we just thank God to wake up in a subway car." Tanya says she is always sick. She's been down here for over a week. Russia's attacks now hardly seem targeted at all. Just lethal harassing strikes on civilians. In part because the Russians aren't getting any closer. Ukranian resistance has slowed down Russia's advance to a near halt. The killer convoy outside of Kyiv is stuck dead by the road. No Fuel. A senior U.S. military official tells NBC News Russia's advance is disorganized, poorly coordinated and that weapons systems are failing because of operator error. Ukraine's president Zelensky speaking in Russian, called on Russian troops to surrender and for the Russian people to rise up before their country becomes as closed and repressive as North Korea. But beware of the Russian army on its back foot, while troops aren't advancing quickly or at all. Russia is relying on long range artillery, rockets and missiles to rain fire on Chernihiv and Kharkiv and Kyiv. And because the incoming fire is seeming to fall at random now in the center of Kyiv, The mayor of this city, starting tonight, is implementing a 36 hour blanket curfew advising people not to leave their houses at all.