As of March 20, seven humanitarian corridors have been agreed upon in Ukraine to evacuate residents of settlements affected by the Russian invasion, as well as to send aid. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk.
Evacuation from the city of Mariupol to the city of Zaporizhzhia is planned in the Donetsk region.
"Buses for Mariupol residents will be waiting in the square in front of the city sports complex in Berdyansk starting from 9:30 am. Departure to Zaporizhzhia is planned at 11:00 am," Iryna Vereshchuk said.
According to her, in Berdyansk it will be possible to refuel private cars of Mariupol residents driving on the route to Zaporizhzhia. Addresses for refueling: 132a Kabelshchykiv Street and 87b Melitopol Highway.
Transportation to Berdyansk and Zaporizhzhia has also been organized for Mariupol residents who will reach Manhush.
The following humanitarian routes have been agreed upon in the Kyiv region:
From the village of Bobryk to Brovary. Meeting place - House of Culture on 2 Shevchenko Street.
From the village of Tarasivka to Brovary. Meeting place - 6 Ninth of January Street.
From the urban-type settlement of Borodyanka to Bila Tserkva. Meeting place - 331 Tsentralna Street.
Evacuation buses will depart from Brovary and Malyn.
In the Kharkiv region, humanitarian goods will be sent from Kharkiv to the city of Vovchansk and the villages of Rohan and Nova Rohan.
Delivery of food and medicine to these settlements is planned.
The Deputy Prime Minister expressed hope for the effectiveness of today's humanitarian corridors.