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Russia calls ceasefire for evacuation of citizens from decimated Mariupol

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Russian defence ministry indicated that humanitarian corridors would be opened between Mariupol and Zaporizhzhia, via the Russian-controlled Berdiansk port. Russia has also urged Kyiv to ensure "unconditional respect" for the ceasefire in a written submission to Russia, the UNHCR, and ICRC.
8 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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