The evacuation of civilians in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol has begun, it said. A statement from the municipality said: “Gratifying eviction from Mariupol. residents of Mariupol, who have been waiting for the crossing for more than 3 days, were finally allowed to evacuate to Zaporizhia,” the statement said. On the other hand, a remarkable statement about the food crisis came from Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitriy Kuleba. As Russia’s attacks continue in Ukraine, evacuations of Ukrainian civilians are also underway. Today,
Ukrainian civilians have left the city of Mariupol on their way to Zaporizhia. Commenting on the evacuations of civilians from his social media account, Mariupol Mayor’s Advisor Petro Andriushchenko said: “Gratifying evacuation from Mariupol. residents of Mariupol, who had been waiting for the crossing for more than 3 days, were finally allowed to evacuate to Zaporizhia. We are all waiting for good news,”he said. On the other hand, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitriy Kuleba held a telephone conversation with his Liberian counterpart Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah. “I have spoken with my Liberian counterpart Dee Maxwell Kemayah,” Minister Kuleba said on her social media account of the meeting. We are grateful for Liberia’s support within the UN. Ukraine is doing its best to ensure food exports to Africa, but Russia must end the illegal blockade on Ukrainian ports and stop undermining global food security,” he said.