Russia announces a ceasefire and the opening of humanitarian corridors in Ukraine | News
The Russian Ministry of Defense announced this Saturday a ceasefire for the opening of humanitarian corridors that allow the evacuation of the civilian population in the cities of Mariupol and Volnovakha, in eastern Ukraine.
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The temporary cessation of hostilities was agreed in the second round between the delegations of both countries, held on Thursday in the Belovezha forest area, on the border between Belarus and Poland.
According to Russian media, the ceasefire will come into force at 10:00 a.m. in Moscow, adding that the humanitarian corridors and evacuation routes were agreed with Ukraine.
The opening of humanitarian channels was one of the key issues of the second round of negotiations between the delegations of both countries, held on the border between Belarus and Poland.
The mayor of the town of Mariupol, Vadim Boichenko, indicated that the establishment of the corridors will allow the restoration of electricity and water supply, as well as the recovery of mobile telephony.
"It will also be possible to supply Mariupol with essential products and medicines," Boichenko added.
Mariupol's mayor said early Thursday that the city was on the verge of a "humanitarian catastrophe" as it was left without electricity, water and heating due to clashes between Russian forces and Ukrainian armed groups.
Russian military continue to provide humanitarian aid to the population of the Sumy, Kharkiv and Kherson regions, Kiev, as well as in the Donetsk and Lugansk republics.
The Russian Ministry of Defense indicated that on the eve it was planned to distribute 280 tons of essential products, medicines and food to the civilian population in the Donbas region.
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