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Ten humanitarian corridors have been agreed upon in Ukraine on March 19 - Iryna Vereshchuk

19 March 2022 - 11:50

Ten humanitarian corridors have been agreed upon in Ukraine on March 19 - Iryna Vereshchuk

As of March 19, ten humanitarian corridors have been agreed upon to evacuate residents of settlements affected by the Russian invasion. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk.

A corridor from the city of Mariupol to the city of Zaporizhzhia is planned in the Donetsk region. According to Iryna Vereshchuk, a convoy of buses has already left to transport Mariupol residents from Berdyansk to Zaporizhzhia. Also trucks with products for aid points in Berdyansk were sent. The Deputy Prime Minister noted that buses were sent for the citizens evacuated from Mariupol who are in Manhush to transport them to Berdyansk.

A number of humanitarian corridors have also been agreed upon in the Kyiv region, in particular from the village of Bervytsya to the city of Brovary.

According to Iryna Vereshchuk, people from Bervytsya have to walk to the bridge in the village of Mokrets and cross the Trubizh River towards Radhospnoyi Street where buses will be waiting for them. The route of the convoy: Bervytsya - Mokrets - Zavorychi - Kalyta - Semypolky - Litky - Rozhny - Pukhivka - Zazymya - Brovary.

"Residents of settlements, please be attentive. Because it is extremely difficult to open the corridors, the enemy insidiously breaks our agreements. Please, if there is an opportunity, use it today," she said.

The route from the city of Bucha to the village of Bilohorodka (Bucha - Vorzel - Mykhailivka-Rubezhivka - Zabuchchia - Dmytrivka - Kapitanivka - Stoyanka - Horenychi - Bilohorodka) has been agreed upon.

From the village of Bohdanivka - to the city of Brovary (Bohdanivka  - Nova Bohdanivka - Rudnya - Litky - Rozhny - Pukhivka - Zazymya - Brovary).

From the urban-type settlement of Borodyanka - to the city of Bila Tserkva (Borodyanka - Piskivka - Bila Krynytsia - Kocheriv - Brusyliv - Fastiv - Bila Tserkva).

Humanitarian corridors have also been agreed upon in the Luhansk region.

In particular, from the cities of Lysychansk, Severodonetsk, Rubizhne, Popasna to the city of Bakhmut.

It is also planned to deliver food, medicine and buses to these cities to evacuate people.

In the Kherson region it is planned to send 14 trucks with humanitarian aid to Kherson.

Iryna Vereshchuk once again reminded the contact numbers of the hotline of the National Information Bureau: 1648 and (044) 287-81-65, where you can report missing persons, captured civilians and soldiers.

"We continue to work on new routes for humanitarian corridors," said the Deputy Prime Minister.