17:31 14 Mar 2022

Vereshchuk denies that humanitarian aid came to Mariupol: it's on the way

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reintegration Irina Vereshchuk denied the latest information from the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation regarding the alleged arrival of humanitarian aid in Mariupol. According to her, Ukrainian trucks are just going to the city.

She said this on the air of Ukraine 24.

"What the Russian Defense Ministry writes is not true. No humanitarian cargo got there (in Mariupol – ed.). The cargo is just leaving. We demand a ceasefire. In fact, a convoy of private transport left Mariupol. Those of our drivers went to Mariupol, saw this column, communicated with them," Vereshchuk declared.

Also on the way back, Ukrainian aid trucks must evacuate women and children from the city.

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