Russia evacuates more than 19,000 people from Ukraine in one day | News


The head of the Russian Defense Management Center, Mikhail Mízintsev, reported Tuesday that Russian troops evacuated in one day more than 19,000 residents of various regions of Ukraine and the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, in action where kyiv did not cooperated in moving the refugees.


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According to the official, since the beginning of the Russian military operation, 366,182 people have been evacuated, including 77,062 minors, and 68,000 have been transferred from Mariupol alone, one of the cities at the center of the conflict.

Mízintsev denounced that Ukraine continues to ignore the humanitarian corridors for the transfer of civilians to Russia and stressed that, instead, the Federation troops continue to respect the ceasefire on all routes that correspond to humanitarian corridors.

Through Colonel Mízintsev, Moscow stressed that it continues to fulfill its humanitarian obligations and highlighted the delivery to Ukraine of 4,345 tons of supplies.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of the special military operation in defense of Donbas, after recognizing Donetsk and Lugansk as independent republics, alleging that the citizens of this area needed help from Moscow in the face of continuous aggression. of kyiv since the 2014 coup.

The Russian Ministry of Defense and the relevant authorities assured that civilians are not a target, but to neutralize the Ukrainian military force, which has been increasing rapidly thanks to alliances with the West, an issue that threatened the national security of the Russian Federation.

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