The mother of a 5-month-old boy who died from Russian shelling on March 31 in Avdiivka had flatly refused to leave with the child for a safer place.
This is evidenced by a video published by the head of the Donetsk Police Pavel Kirilenko. He said that the boy and his grandmother had died. The child’s mother and father were injured.
On Friday, March 31, Russian war criminals once again shelled Avdiivka with artillery – two people were killed, including a child who was not even a year old. Two more people were injured. Damaged private house.
Earlier, the National Police said that all children were evacuated from Vuhledar, Velyka Novoselka and Vremny Yar in Donetsk region. In Avdiivka and Seversk, suffering from Russian shelling, a total of 24 children remained. The evacuation continues.
About 3,500 residents remain in Bakhmut, according to the head of the Donetsk OVA – they refused to leave. Among them are 32 children.
In early March, the Cabinet of Ministers approved a mechanism for the forced evacuation of children from zones of active hostilities, but the head of Bakhmut, Alexander Marchenko, said that it was very difficult to take people out, since the roads were shot through.
The head of the Avdiivka MVA, Vitaliy Barabash, announced on March 27 that he ordered the evacuation of the last employees of public utilities from the city and strongly recommends residents to leave Avdiivka, which is under constant shelling by Russian occupiers.
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