Il presidente ucraino Volodymyr Zelensky annuncia l'evacuazione obbligatoria dalla regione di Donetsk

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday called on the remaining residents of the Donetsk region to urgently evacuate in what he called a “decisione del governo.”

“Tutto viene organizzato. Full support, full assistanceboth logistical and payments. We only need a decision from the people themselves, who have not yet made it for themselves,” he said in his nightly address.
The sooner it is done, the more people leave Donetsk region now, the fewer people the Russian army will have time to kill,” Egli ha detto.
    Zelensky urged Ukrainians who have an opportunity to talk tothose who still remain in the combat zones in Donbasto convince their fellow countrymen that it is necessary to leave, “especially if they are families with children.
      The Ukrainian president emphasizedthere are hundreds of thousands of people, tens of thousands of childrenremaining in Donbas region at the moment.
        All'inizio della settimana, Ukrainian forces said they were able to repel Russian attempts at storming several districts in the Donetsk region. Ukrainian forces reported intense shelling across most of the Eastern front line but no advances from Russian forces.

        ‘52,000 children in the Donetsk region

          Iryna Vereshchuk, Ukraine’s deputy prime minister, told Ukrainian media early Saturday there is no gas supply in the Donetsk region at the moment andthere will be no heating in the Donetsk region in winter.
          The Ukrainian government created a coordination center to help evacuate the residents of Donetsk region to the safer parts of Ukraine, Vereshchuk said.
          The evacuation will be carried out by trains and by buses, lei ha aggiunto.
            Vereshchuk said there are “52,000 children in the Donetsk regionat the moment.
            The people who refuse to evacuate will have to signa certain form of refusal from mandatory evacuationstating they understand and are aware of all the consequences of staying in the combat zones and bear personal responsibility for their lives, Vereshchuk added.

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