There are no humanitarian corridors enabled for the evacuation of civilians in the Sumy region of Ukraine

13 March 2022, Poland, Medyka: (LR) Anastasia, her mother Alla, who fled Sumy, sit next to Vira from Lviv shortly after crossing the borders from Ukraine to Poland.  Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa


13 March 2022, Poland, Medyka: (LR) Anastasia, her mother Alla, who fled Sumy, sit next to Vira from Lviv shortly after crossing the borders from Ukraine to Poland. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa – Sebastian Gollnow/dpa

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MADRID, March 14. (Royals Blue) –

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There are no humanitarian corridors enabled this Monday for the evacuation of the population in the Ukrainian region of Sumy.

“Sumy region! There will be no ‘green corridors’ in the region on March 14,” announced the head of the Sumy Regional Administration, Dimitro Zhivitski, as reported by the Ukrainian news agency Unian.

“Negotiations continue,” Zhivitsky said, adding that none of the routes have been opened so far.

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky said on Sunday that nearly 125,000 of the country’s citizens had been evacuated from combat zones to safe areas through humanitarian corridors.

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