Nine humanitarian corridors agreed in Ukraine for evacuation of civilians – list and routes
Nine humanitarian corridors will be open on March 23 in Ukraine for the evacuation of civilians and the delivery of supplies to the cities most affectedby Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk reports.
Humanitarian corridors are planned along the following routes:
From the city of Mariupol to the city of Zaporizhzhia. For the evacuation of civilians, a route from the town of Berdyansk to the city of Zaporizhzhia will operate.
From the town of Polohy to the city of Zaporizhzhia.
From the town of Huliaipole to the city of Zaporizhzhia.
From the village of Velyka Dymerka to the town of Brovary.
From the village of Bohdanivka to the town of Brovary.
From the village of Borodianka to the town of Bila Tserkva.
From the village of Svitylna to the town of Brovary.
From the town of Rubizhne to the town of Bakhmut.
From the village of Nyzhnie to the town of Bakhmut.
The routes will also pass through other cities in the area where people are to assemble: Lysychansk, Sievierodonetsk, Hirske.
Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24.
March 23 is the 28th day of the war against Russia. The Russian invaders are present in the north, east and south of the country, shelling peaceful cities throughout Ukraine using artillery, and bombing them from the air.
Since the beginning of the war, the most difficult situations have been seen in Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy, Mariupol, Kyiv and the capital's outskirts.
The invaders are also trying to occupy those territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts that have been under Ukrainian government control since the war started in 2014.
Invading Russian forces have shelled cities, residential buildings, hospitals, schools, and churches, while at same time Russian propaganda media falsely claim that Russian forces are only attacking “military targets.” Russian troops are engaged in looting, shelling civilians, and disrupting agreed humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of civilians. Cases of violence and abductions of Ukrainian journalists, activists, and representatives of local authorities by invading Russian troops have been observed in the Temporary Occupied Territories.
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