Ukraine reopens humanitarian corridors in the east of the country | News


The Ukrainian authorities announced on Monday the reopening of several humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of civilians from the city of Mariupol and other areas affected by the situation between Moscow and kyiv.


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Ukraine’s Vice President Iryna Vereshchuk said that a corridor for evacuating citizens from Mariupol to the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia has been re-established.

According to the vice president, the exit and transfer operation will be carried out in private vehicles, she also confirmed that the day before they managed to evacuate 469 people from the city of Mariupol.

Vereshchuk commented that for this Monday they have 15 buses for the evacuation operation that have already departed from Zaporizhia.

The Ukrainian government indicated that they will continue operations in the cities of Severodonetsk, Popasna, Lysychansk and Rubizhne, all of them in the region of the independent Republic of Lugansk.

For its part, the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross present in Ukraine indicated its intention to collaborate in the evacuation of civilians from Mariúpol, for which it sent seven buses from the town of Mangush.

Similarly, the Ukrainian government will try to continue with the evacuation of the cities of Severodonetsk, Popasna, Lysychansk and Rubizhne, all of them in the Lugansk region, in the east of the country, and where it seems that the offensive has been focused these days. Russian.

The Ukrainian vice president has denounced that the Russian forces constantly violate traffic in these corridors and bomb humanitarian columns in Lugansk.

In response, Russia has warned of Ukraine’s lack of logistics and preparation to carry out evacuation operations from the towns in the east of the country.

From Moscow, they maintain that groups of Ukrainian nationalists have attacked the humanitarian corridors, hindering operations and the arrival of aid in the conflict zones.

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