The Russian forces have reportedly bombed Chernihiv, a besieged city in northern Ukraine, a day after the Russian negotiators pledged that they would be easing and reducing attacks on that specific region.

According to Chernihiv Mayor Vladyslav Atroshenko, the Russians bombed their city again, and the attacks had only increased over the past day. Reuters reported that more than 100,000 people are still trapped in the city. According to their report, the city’s food and medical supplies will only last just another week.

Following the bombings in Chernihiv, Atroshenko said that the intensified bombings were another evidence that “Russia always lies,” according to an interview he gave with CNN. “They actually have increased the intensity of strikes,” he added.

“The night was just as we expected, that [everything Russia promised] is a lie from the beginning till the end, that’s why at night we had some serious shelling at night. And the Russians were trying to destroy all possible means of crossing Desna River towards Kyiv.”