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Ukraine hopes to evacuate 6,000 people from Mariupol | War in Ukraine

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We succeeded in reaching a preliminary agreement [avec les Russes]Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said on Telegram.

Given the catastrophic situation in Mariupol, we are focusing our efforts in this direction todayunderlined Ms. Vereshchuk.

No evacuation corridor had been set up in Ukraine since Saturday, for lack of agreement with the Russians who have intensified their strikes in eastern Ukraine in recent days.

About 90 buses are waiting for the signal to head into the beleaguered and devastated city, according to Mayor Vadym Boichenko, who is no longer in Mariupol.

The magistrate warned that this agreement was still preliminary and that approximately 100,000 civilians are on site.

Trust between the parties is fragile to say the least. In an interview with Sky News, the deputy mayor of Mariupol, Sergei Orlov, said he did not believe any word from Russia.days. Why would they do it now?”,”text”:”It would be nice if they allowed civilians to leave the Azovstal industrial complex, but they didn’t for 50 days. Why would they do it now?”}}’>It would be nice if they allowed civilians to leave the Azovstal industrial complex, but they didn’t for 50 days. Why would they do it now?

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About 300,000 Ukrainians have been evacuated through humanitarian corridors since the start of the war on February 24, according to a figure released by the Ukrainian Ministry of Reintegration.

already finished.

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If we had access to all the weapons we need, which our partners have and which are comparable to the weapons used by the Russian Federation, we would have already ended this war. We would have already restored peace and liberated our territory from the occupiers.

It is unfair that Ukraine still has to ask what its partners have been storing somewhere for years. If they have the weapons Ukraine needs here and now, if they have the ammunition we need here and now, it is their moral duty, above all, to help protect freedom. Help save the lives of thousands of Ukrainianshe added.

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