Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called for the continued defense of the port city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine. In a video speech on Saturday, Zelensky said that the humanitarian corridors of Mariupol and Volnovakia in the Donetsk region should be operational on Saturday to rescue women, children and the elderly, as well as deliver food and medicine to the besieged cities. “Anyone who needs help should have a chance to get out,” the president said. Everyone who wants to defend his city must continue to fight. “According to Ukrainian information, the evacuation of people from Mariupol was initially postponed for security reasons, and the Russian side does not adhere to the ceasefire.
Zelensky said that the Ukrainian side is doing everything possible to ensure the continuation of agreements on humanitarian corridors. Then you have to see if you can move forward with the negotiation process.
Ukrainian authorities expect more than 200,000 people to leave Mariupol during the ceasefire period. For Wolnowacha, they assumed there were 15,000 people. On Saturday morning, the ceasefire, which lasted for several hours, went into effect.
Zelensky said that the Russian army did not achieve its goals, but nearly 10,000 were killed. The Armed Forces of Ukraine maintained defenses in all major directions. Counterattacks were launched near Kharkiv. The information cannot be independently verified.
Zelensky thanked the hundreds of thousands of people in European cities who took to the streets to support Ukraine.
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