There is almost no food and medicine left: 300 thousand Kherson residents are experiencing a humanitarian catastrophe
The speaker of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Oleg Nikolenko, said that due to Russian invaders in Kherson, 300,000 people are experiencing a humanitarian catastrophe – Food and medicines are practically gone.
He announced this on his Twitter page on Tuesday, March 22.
– Due to the blockade by the Russian army, 300,000 residents of Kherson are experiencing a humanitarian catastrophe. Food and medicines are almost gone, but Russia refuses to open humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of civilians. Russia's barbaric tactics must be stopped before it's too late! Nikolenko urged.
Recall that President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin announced the start of a full-scale war against Ukraine on February 24.