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The first refugees were taken from Izyum to Russia

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VERIGOVKA-CHUGUNOVKA (Russian-Ukrainian border), April 16 – RIA Novosti. Russian servicemen took out on buses, accompanied by military equipment, the first batch of refugees from the city of Izium in the Kharkiv region – about 100 people, including 10 children, RIA Novosti correspondent reports.
The column of buses crossed the border and entered the Belgorod region through the Verigovka-Chugunovka automobile checkpoint.

Russian military delivered more than 60 tons of humanitarian aid to the city of Izyum

As the refugees said, Izyum is under constant fire from the Ukrainian troops, it is quite dangerous in the city and its environs. The convoy was escorted by Russian helicopters and military police vehicles to the Ukrainian border.
The buses were mostly women, children and the elderly, some were also carrying pets. They were assisted by employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. On Russian territory, people were provided with hot drinks and food. One of the elderly women felt unwell, Russian doctors helped her.
The Ministry of Defense announced the takeover of Izyum on March 24.
On February 24, Russia launched a special military operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. According to President Vladimir Putin, its goal is “to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.”
As stated by the Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces strike only at the military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops and have already significantly reduced the combat potential of Ukraine. The main task in the Russian military department was called the liberation of Donbass.

EMERCOM of Russia delivered over 700 tons of humanitarian aid to Donbass and Ukraine

Translation by RJ983

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