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“400 graves were added to our region’s cemetery in 52 days” – wrote on Telegram Serhiy Haydaj, head of local authorities. “There are still 20,000 inhabitants in the city, up to 130 by 24 February [tysięcy – red.] – he added, appealing to the inhabitants: “run!”. It is about evacuation in places like in the west of Ukraine that are not under fire. Getting out of the bombed areas is not easy: evacuations through the humanitarian corridors are not possible on Sunday. “Until this morning we have not been able to agree a ceasefire on the evacuation routes with the occupiers. That is why, unfortunately, we do not open humanitarian corridors today,” Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Wereszczuk said on social media.
Severodonetsk, Irpien. Hundreds of new graves in the cemeteries. “We get new ones almost every day”
In addition to the photo of the Severodonetsk cemetery, Hajdaj also posted a photo taken at the Irpień cemetery (below – this photo on the left) – also with rows of new graves, with simple wooden crosses. The victims of the Russian invasion were buried there. Both photos were taken by photojournalists David Guttenfelder of the New York Times and Carolyn Cole of the Los Angeles Times. The caretaker of the photographed cemetery in Severodonetsk in an interview with the “Los Angeles Times” said only: “How many graves are there? I don’t know, count them. We dig new ones almost every day.” You can read the entire report here.
The makeshift cemeteries in Borodzianka also look similar:
Russia attacks Ukrainian cities, bombing continues
The Russians continue attacks in Ukrainian cities. In the last few hours they have fired on Kharkiv and Brovary near Kiyiv. Attacks are also underway in the Luhansk region. The Russian army is also bombing civilian targets in Lisiczańsk, Severodonetsk and Kreminna. In the Donetsk region, the Russians attacked the positions of the Ukrainian army in the vicinity of Marjinka and Krasnohorivka. They fired on Avdiivka. Fires are also underway in Mariupol, where the humanitarian situation is catastrophic. The Russian army is storming the positions of the Ukrainians, including in the seaport area, and according to information from the Ukrainian army, the Russians could prepare a landing from the Sea of Azov there.
The Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister has called for corridors to be opened for the evacuation of civilians, especially women and children from Mariupol. He indicated that it was also necessary to create a special corridor for the evacuation of wounded soldiers from this city.
On Saturday, Ukrainians evacuated nearly 1,500 people from cities occupied by the Russian army.
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