Children can only be evacuated with at least one parent or other guardian. All evacuees will be provided with housing, support and full escort.
In ten settlements of the Kharkov region, forced evacuation of families with children will be carried out. This was announced by the head of the military administration of the Kharkov region, Oleg Sinegubov.
He noted that the Russian invaders did not stop attacking the communities in front of the Kharkov region, as a result of which civilians, including children, were dying. Therefore, the authorities are preparing a decision to evacuate a number of settlements.
“In order to protect people’s lives and health, we urge citizens to evacuate from dangerous territories. We are preparing a decision on the forced evacuation of families with children from 10 settlements of the communities of Kupyanskaya, Kondrashevskaya and Kurilovskaya of the Kupyansky district. There are 275 children there,” said Sinegub.
However, he emphasized that children can only be evacuated with at least one parent or other guardian.
In addition, civilians, especially families with children, are recommended to evacuate from the Borovsk community of the Izyum district, including from Borov. Today 8,900 people live there, 844 of them are children.
“All evacuees will be provided with housing, will have support and full association from international humanitarian organizations, and if they travel outside the region, they will receive a one-time payment,” the message said.
Sinegubov also added that, if desired, the evacuation of the western regions of Ukraine will be arranged.
We remind you that a day before it was reported that Russian troops shelled the village of Podoli in the Kharkov region, as a result of which two civilians were killed.
Earlier, Russian troops shelled the village of Borova in the Kharkov region with MLRS, injuring four civilians there.
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