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KIEV, June 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has ordered to organize a humanitarian corridor for civilians who want to live combat areas where the Ukrainian army is conducting a special operation, the presidential press service reported.
Poroshenko met with heads of Ukraine’s Security Service, Interior Ministry, Defense Ministry and State Emergency Service. “In order to avoid new casualties in the area where the anti-terrorist operation is carried out, the president of Ukraine has ordered the heads of security services to create necessary conditions for civilians who want to leave the region,” the press service said.
Poroshenko has ordered the government to organize the transportation of people and medical assistance to the population, as well as establish a network of mobile stations that will provide the civilian population with drinking water, foodstuffs and medical supplies.