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Russia

will open humanitarian corridors from 0700 GMT in the Ukrainian cities of

Kiev, Mariupol, Kharkov and Sumi

, as reported by the Russian armed forces themselves to the Red Cross, the OSCE and the UN, Russian agencies report.

"Given the catastrophic humanitarian situation and its strong aggravation in the cities of Kiev,

Kharkov, Sumi and Mariupol

," says the statement of the armed forces, published by Russian agencies, "the Armed Forces for humanitarian purposes from 10.00 a.m. (07:00 GMT) on March 7, 2022 announce a 'regime of silence' and open humanitarian corridors."

According to the Russian armed forces, a corridor will be opened from Kiev, which will pass through the cities of Gostomel, reach

Chernobyl

and the Belarusian town of Gden (Belarus), Gomel, also in Belarus, and subsequent delivery of the displaced by air to the Russian Federation.

From

Mariupol

, the departure will take place on two routes.

The first route is from

Mariupol

to Rostov-on-Don, already in Russia, and then by air, rail and road transport to selected destinations or temporary accommodation points.

The second would go from

Mariupol

to Mangush, in the Donetsk basin.

The

Kharkov

route would reach Belgorod, already in the Russian federation, until reaching the refugees by air, rail and road transport to selected destinations or temporary accommodation points;

while from Sumi two routes would leave: the first to Belgorod and the second to Poltava.

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