Ukraine and Russia agree on a “humanitarian corridor” for the evacuation of civilians
Ukraine and Russia agreed on Thursday, after a second round of talks, to hold a “humanity corridor” for the evacuation of civilians from the battle zone, announced the presidential adviser of Ukraine.
“The second round of negotiations is over. Unfortunately, no results are expected for Ukraine yet. There is only one solution to reorganize the corridors of humanity.”wrote on Twitter Mykhaïlo Podoliak, member of the Ukrainian delegation.
“The only thing I can say is that we have discussed in detail the humanitarian aspect as many cities are currently under siege.” by Russian troops, he added. She is worried about “dramatic situation with food, medicine, possible evacuation”.
According to a statement later read out by Mr Podoliak, Moscow and Kyiv will be enforced “humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of civilians, as well as for the transportation of medicine and food to areas where fighting is fiercest”. This includes “possibility of a temporary ceasefire during the evacuation period, in the sectors where it occurs”.
Meanwhile, the Head of the Russian Delegation Vladimir Medinski indicated that the talks were focused on humanitarian, military and security issues. “the resolution of future political conflicts”. According to him, there “mutual understanding” in “a few points”.
“The main issue that was resolved today was the rescue of civilians who were in the area of clashes”he added, confirming the project “humanity corridor”.
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