Eight additional persons were evacuated from Mariupol and its outskirts via the humanitarian corridor, according to the Donetsk People’s Republic on Sunday. Russia claims that humanitarian routes in Mariupol and Volnovakha would resume on Sunday morning.
On the eleventh day of the Russia-Ukraine war, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a “desperate request” to US senators to deploy more planes to aid the country fight the Russian invasion. What appeared to be a breakthrough cease-fire to evacuate inhabitants from Mariupol and Volnovakha in Ukraine rapidly disintegrated Saturday, with Ukrainian officials claiming that shelling had halted the effort. Vladimir Putin said any third-party declaration of a no-fly zone over Ukraine would be considered “engagement in the armed confrontation” by Moscow. Meanwhile, the United States and the United Kingdom have issued travel warnings and advised their people to leave Russia.
According to its council, Bucha, a city outside of Kyiv in Ukraine, is in desperate need of a humanitarian corridor.
The Russian military has started shelling buildings and automobiles, as well as shooting at residents, according to the council. Water, warmth, power, and food are also unavailable.