Ukraine’s deputy prime minister said several humanitarian corridors in Ukrainian cities and villages, including the port of Mariupol, are scheduled to open on Saturday (12) so that civilians can leave. UkraineIrina Vereshuk, adding that she hopes it will be Russia Commit to a ceasefire to allow this to happen.
According to Irina, the Ukraine It plans to evacuate residents from several cities and towns in the Kyiv and Sumy regions and some other areas where the fighting is taking place.
“I hope the day goes well, that all the planned roads are open and that it is Russia It fulfills its obligations to ensure the ceasefire.”
Efforts to provide safe passage to Mariupol residents failed this week. Thursday evening (10), chief Ukraine He said 40,000 people have been evacuated from the disputed cities. Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russian soldiers of Deliberately shooting runners on humanitarian groundsannounced that Ukraine Dealing with terrorists.
Understanding the humanitarian corridor and its role in the Ukraine war
Humanitarian corridors are demilitarized zones in a specific area and for a specific period of time – all parties to an armed conflict agree on this.
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