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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation issued an urgent appeal to the authorities of Ukraine

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Russia is ready to open a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilians from the Azot plant, the Russian Defense Ministry said
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Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev, head of the Interdepartmental Coordination Headquarters of the Russian Federation for Humanitarian Response in Ukraine, issued an urgent appeal to the Ukrainian authorities. It was published in the official telegram channel of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

“Urgent statement. The Ukrainian side requested the organization of a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilians at the Azot chemical plant. Realizing the hopelessness of the situation of our armed formations, we regard the appeal of the Ukrainian side for the alleged rescue of civilians as an attempt to withdraw the surviving units from the encirclement. Guided by humane principles, we are ready to carry out a humanitarian operation to evacuate civilians. To do this, from 08:00 (Moscow time) to 20:00 (Moscow time) on June 15, 2022, a humanitarian corridor is opened in a northerly direction,” Mizintsev said in a statement.

The Defense Ministry also urged the Kyiv authorities to order their fighters to surrender. “Once again we call on the official authorities of Kyiv to show prudence, to give appropriate instructions to the militants to stop senseless resistance and leave the territory of the Azot plant,” Mizintsev said. It is noted that the application will be promptly delivered through the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk.

Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine, which was announced by President Vladimir Putin. On June 9, the Russian Defense Ministry reported that Ukrainian nationalists were holding hundreds of civilians at the Azot chemical plant in Severodonetsk, writes RT. Initially, Ukraine stated that it wanted to evacuate these residents, but then thwarted it. On June 12, the first people began to leave the Azot plant, reports “National News Service“.

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Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev, head of the Interdepartmental Coordination Headquarters of the Russian Federation for Humanitarian Response in Ukraine, issued an urgent appeal to the Ukrainian authorities. It was published in the official telegram channel of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. “Urgent statement. The Ukrainian side requested the organization of a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilians at the Azot chemical plant. Realizing the hopelessness of the situation of our armed formations, we regard the appeal of the Ukrainian side for the alleged rescue of civilians as an attempt to withdraw the surviving units from the encirclement. Guided by humane principles, we are ready to carry out a humanitarian operation to evacuate civilians. To do this, from 08:00 (Moscow time) to 20:00 (Moscow time) on June 15, 2022, a humanitarian corridor is opened in a northerly direction,” Mizintsev said in a statement. The Defense Ministry also urged the Kyiv authorities to order their fighters to surrender. “Once again we call on the official authorities of Kyiv to show prudence, to give appropriate instructions to the militants to stop senseless resistance and leave the territory of the Azot plant,” Mizintsev said. It is noted that the application will be promptly delivered through the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk. Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine, which was announced by President Vladimir Putin. On June 9, the Russian Defense Ministry reported that Ukrainian nationalists were holding hundreds of civilians at the Azot chemical plant in Severodonetsk, RT writes. Initially, Ukraine stated that it wanted to evacuate these residents, but then thwarted it. On June 12, the first people began leaving the Azot plant, the National News Service reports.

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