Day 40 in the War in the Ukraine The Government of Ukraine managed to evacuate 2,694 people from the most affected areas by the Russian Army in the last 24 hour, particularly from Mariupol (which is experiencing serious humanitarian problems).
According to the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Army claimed that it had hit three planes, one helicopter, and two Russian cruise missiles on Sunday.
“The Ukrainian Air Force missile forces have hit six air targets today: three aircrafts, one helicopter and two winged bombers,” reported the Ukrainian Armed Forces on its Facebook page.
“The Ukrainian Air Force has continued to launch missile bombing attacks against enemy troop emplacements, columns of military equipment and logistics centers,” the Ukrainian Army statement concluded.
In the last 24 hours, the Government of Ukraine managed to evacuate 2,694 people from the areas most affected by Russian troops, particularly from Mariupol, the southernmost city, which is in serious humanitarian trouble.
These are the data that Iryna Vereshchuk (Vice President of Ukraine) provided on her Telegram channel on the operation and status of humanitarian corridors within Ukraine.
469 residents of Mariupol, the port town that was under siege since February 24, are among the evacuees.
The evacuations from this city and Berdyansk were required to travel to Zaporizhia in their own vehicles using the humanitarian corridors that the Russians had agreed to.
Dimitro Zivitski, head of the Sumy military government, announced that the Russian Army had begun a withdrawal form the Sumy region.