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WATCH: Humanitarian Escape Corridors Sanctioned By Russia And Ukraine

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Russia and Ukraine have both agreed upon humanitarian corridors to facilitate civilians escaping the war zone.

It is heartening to see both sides come to a consensus about the humanitarian impact of the continued military operations and invasion of Ukraine by Russia.

While other global powers in the region have declined to denounce the aggression, we are beginning to see talks and initiatives to protect citizens and potentially bring an end to the conflict.

Russia continues to take territory, although the global power seems to be having trouble with gaining ground, and seems to have miscalculated the Ukrainian defenses.

Numerous outlets have provided coverage of the most recent developments in the region:

The Epoch Times reports:

Ukraine’s presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak said the two sides will together provide humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians, deliver food, and deliver medicine to areas with heavy fighting across the country.

“The second round of negotiations is over,” Podolyak wrote on Twitter. “Unfortunately, the results Ukraine needs are not yet achieved. There is a solution only for the organization of humanitarian corridors.”

Previously, the Ukrainian delegation said they were seeking an immediate ceasefire, a temporary peace agreement, and the humanitarian or evacuation corridors for civilians. The first round of talks held in Belarus on Monday resulted in no progress.

 

CNN claims:

Meanwhile, a Ukrainian negotiator on Thursday said that the talks didn’t deliver results that Ukraine needed, but he said there is a “solution only for the organization of humanitarian corridors.”

“The second round of negotiations is over. Unfortunately, the results Ukraine needs are not yet achieved. There is a solution only for the organization of humanitarian corridors,” senior Ukrainian official Mykhailo Podolyak said in a tweet.

 

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