Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Vereshchuk announced the start of mandatory evacuation from the Donetsk region The first train with evacuees from the Donetsk region arrived in the Kirovohrad region, Vereshchuk said. She explained the need for the removal of the population by the lack of conditions in order to normally survive the winter “image/webp” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Mandatory evacuation of residents has begun in the Donetsk region, Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said on Telegram.
“The first train [with evacuated residents] arrived in Kropyvnytskyi this morning. Women, children, old people, many people with limited mobility. Everyone was met and settled, helped everyone, & mdash; she wrote.
Kropivnitsky— the administrative center of the Kirovograd region, located in the central part of Ukraine.
Earlier, Vereshchuk explained the decision to introduce mandatory evacuation by the fact that in the winter there will be no heating in the Donetsk region, since there is “absolutely no gas supply” there. and “there is no proper power supply.” The Deputy Prime Minister referred to Art. 33 of the Code of Civil Protection of Ukraine, according to which the mandatory evacuation of the population is carried out, in particular, in the event of an armed conflict.
According to her, the Ukrainian authorities will have to evacuate at least 200-220 thousand people from the region. Residents of the Donetsk region can refuse to evacuate by signing a document stating that “they are aware of all the consequences and bear personal responsibility for their lives.”
Read on RBC Pro Pro Anti-sanction “plastic”: where is it better to get an international card marketplaces. What are their mistakes Pro articles Make it beautiful: how managers interfere with work with stupid task setting Pro articles Lessons I've Learned from 15 Years as CEO of Walt Disney Summary Pro Why Canada's Economy Feels Worse than Other G7 CountriesIn Ukraine, the Russian military special operation continues. Announcing its start on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin called “denazification” the goals of military operations. and “demilitarization” neighboring country and protecting the inhabitants of Donbass from “genocide” from Kyiv.
On April 19, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that the special operation had moved to the second phase. Among its tasks, the Ministry of Defense named the establishment of control over the Donbass and southern Ukraine. In early July, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to Putin that Russian troops had “liberated” LPR.
As of August 2, fighting in Donbass continues. In the Donetsk region, the forces of Russia and the people's republics occupied a number of settlements, including Mariupol in the south and Volnovakha in the south-west of the region.
Ukraine considers the lost territories to be occupied. According to the country's Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov, President Vladimir Zelensky ordered the recapture of the southern coastal territories, and for this the Armed Forces of Ukraine are gathering “million strong fighting forces” equipped with Western weapons.
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