Mariupol to evacuate citizens after Russia declares temporary ceasefire

Civilians allowed to Ukrainian port city over five-hour period on SaturdayRussia-Ukraine war: live updatesRussia’s defence ministry has announced a partial ceasefire to allow residents of two Ukrainian cities that were surrounded by Russian forces, including the strategic port city of Mariupol, to evacuate.“Today, March 5, from 10 am Moscow time (0700 GMT), the Russian side declares a regime of silence and opens humanitarian corridors for the exit of civilians from Mariupol and Volnovakha,” it said. Continue reading...

Mariupol to evacuate citizens after Russia declares temporary ceasefire

Civilians allowed to Ukrainian port city over five-hour period on Saturday

Russia’s defence ministry has announced a partial ceasefire to allow residents of two Ukrainian cities that were surrounded by Russian forces, including the strategic port city of Mariupol, to evacuate.

“Today, March 5, from 10 am Moscow time (0700 GMT), the Russian side declares a regime of silence and opens humanitarian corridors for the exit of civilians from Mariupol and Volnovakha,” it said.

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