Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Irina Vereshchuk noted that it is especially important for families with children to evacuate.
Residents of the temporarily occupied Kherson are urged to evacuate. Ukrainians can even leave through Crimea. It is especially important for families with children to evacuate.
This was announced by the Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, Irina Vereshchuk, on the air of the telethon.
She explained that Kherson residents should leave through the Crimea temporarily occupied by Russia. Evacuation is necessary, because Ukraine will de-occupy Kherson.
“Leave, please, because our army will definitely de-occupy these lands. Our will is unshakable. And it will be very, very difficult to open a humanitarian corridor when there are children there,” Vereshchuk stressed.
She explained that Ukrainians should not be afraid to cross borders through the occupied Crimea. The Russian Federation spreads fakes, allegedly Kherson residents should be afraid of evacuation through the peninsula, but all this is just manipulation. Ukrainians will be let through without any documents or even with a Russian passport.
As soon as Kherson residents enter the territory of third countries, they need to contact any consulate or call the Ukrainian ministry. The authorities of the third country where the Ukrainian ends up must transfer information about the evacuees to the consulate of our country and can help with the preparation of documents.
Earlier, UNIAN has already reported that in the Kherson region, Russian invaders terrorize doctors and teachers. People are being pressured to cooperate with the enemy.