Nine humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of residents of settlements affected by the Russian invasion will open in Ukraine on March 15 at 9:00. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk.
According to her, evacuation of people from Mariupol is planned in the Donetsk region.
“Humanitarian cargo will leave Berdyansk for the city of Mariupol – tens of tons of water, medicines, products for people who are very much looking forward to it. And on the way back, the transport will take women, children and all those in need from Mariupol to Zaporizhzhia,” said the Deputy Prime Minister.
Corridors are opening in the Kyiv region in the following directions:
From the villages of Bohdanivka and Nova Bohdanivka in the direction of Brovary.
From the village of Bobryk in the direction of Brovary.
“We know about the huge problem in Ivankiv, we are working on this route. I sincerely hope that tomorrow we will be able to open this humanitarian corridor,” Iryna Vereshchuk added.
Evacuation from the cities of Sumy, Trostyanets, Shostka, Lebedyn and Konotop to Poltava is planned for March 15 in the Sumy region.
A humanitarian corridor from the village of Oskil has been agreed upon in the Kharkiv region.
“I want to assure you that all the information you provide on Facebook and other channels comes to us and we process it. We promise not to leave anyone behind. We remember, we know and we really want to save you,” said the Deputy Prime Minister.