Russia declares 'silence regime' in Ukraine from 10 a.m. Tuesday, ready to provide humanitarian corridors from several cities - Russian HQ
MOSCOW. March 7 (Interfax) - Russia announces a temporary ceasefire in Ukraine from 10 a.m. on Tuesday and is ready to provide humanitarian corridors from Kyiv and several other towns, Russia's Joint Coordination Headquarters for Humanitarian Response in Ukraine stated on Monday.
"For the purpose of an efficient humanitarian operation: (...) from 10 a.m. (Moscow time) March 8, 2022 the Russian Federation declares a 'regime of silence' and is ready to provide humanitarian corridors from Kyiv and nearby towns to the Russian Federation via Gomel, Belarus, with subsequent delivery by air to the Russian Federation. In the south, upon agreement with Ukraine," the statement said.
Similar corridors will also be provided from Chernihiv, via Gomel, with subsequent air transport to Russia; from the south, upon agreement with Ukraine, from Sumy in two directions: to Poltava and to Belgorod (Russia), then by air, rail and road to the chosen destination points or temporary accommodation centers; in the south, upon agreement with Ukraine; from Kharkiv to Belgorod, then by air, rail and road to the chosen points of destination or temporary accommodation centers; Lviv, Uzhhorod, Ivano-Frankivsk, upon agreement with Ukraine; from Mariupol in two Russian cities: Rostov-on-Don, via Novoazovsk, and Taganrog; Zaporizhzhya, upon agreement with Ukraine, the headquarters aid.
"Said announcement to be immediately communicated to Ukraine [Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Andriivna Vereshchuk) and proposed before 3 a.m. (Moscow time) March 8, 2022," it said.