«On March 18 – 9 humanitarian corridors were agreed» – Iryna Vereshchuk stated
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk spoke about the plans for humanitarian corridors for today, March 18.
According to her words, 9 directions have been agreed so far.
• From the city of Mariupol to the city of Zaporozhzhya.
«A convoy of buses with a fuel truck continue to move to the village of Vasylivka. After 9:00 the second column of buses with Mariupol residents who managed to escape from the city leaves Zaporozhzhya. Those who go on foot will be helped in the city of Mangush» – said Iryna Vereshchuk.
• From the city of Sumy – to the city of Poltava.
• From the cities of Trostyanets, Lebedyn, Konotop, from the villages of Krasnopillya and Velyka Pisarivka – to the city of Poltava.
• Humanitarian aid is planned to be delivered to the cities of Balakleya and Izyum.
«Tomorrow we are working for the delivery of humanitarian aid to the cities of Kherson and Luhansk regions» – the Deputy Prime Minister summed up.
She also reminded that yesterday the “hot line” of the National Information Bureau was launched – 1648 and (044) 287-81-65 (calls from abroad) for the initial collection of information about prisoners of war, missing persons, illegally detained persons of the Russian Federation, including and civilians.
Prepared on the basis of Minreintegration materials.