Forced to leave Ukrainian home; A total of 5,200 people have been evacuated from humanitarian corridors in the wake of the Russian military offensive

Russia’s relentless onslaught on Ukraine continues. Meanwhile, work is underway to evacuate people stranded in Ukraine through humanitarian corridors. A total of 5,200 people were evacuated from Ukraine through these corridors on Saturday. According to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk, 10 humanitarian corridors have been created. He said 4,000 people had been able to flee Mariupol safely.

There have also been reports of Russian military bombings in humanitarian corridors. ABC’s Sarah Ferguson reports that Russian troops did not even leave the area to evacuate civilians. So evacuating people was very dangerous. It was difficult to get there. The people of Ukraine, trapped in this terrible situation, are engrossed in daily struggles without thinking precisely about the future. People are just wondering what will happen tomorrow if they live today. Everyone is spending their days in panic.

Russian troops free American hostages

Meanwhile, an American held hostage by Russian troops in Ukraine has been released. US MP Amy Klobuchter has given this information. Taylor Jacob, a resident of the US state of Minnesota, was taken hostage earlier this month on his way from Ukraine to Turkey. Kloubucher said he had spoken with the US State Department and US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan. Sullivan discussed the matter with the Russian government.


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Britain to send food to Ukraine

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says her country will supply two million pounds worth of food to Ukraine, which has been devastated by Russia’s aggression. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) said the decision was taken following a direct request from the Ukrainian government. Supplies include grants in the form of food items and drinking water. Warehouses are being set up in Poland and Slovakia to supply these items to the Ukrainian government from early next week.


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