We couldn't do it today, but that doesn't mean we won't be able to tomorrow, – Vereshchuk to Kherson residents
We couldn't do it today, but that doesn't mean we won't we can tomorrow, – Vereshchuk to the residents of Kherson/”Focus”
The authorities know everything about the problems of each community in the territories temporarily occupied by the enemy. Therefore, she does everything to help the people living there.
Irina Vereshchuk, head of the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, told how they do it on April 6. This was reported by Channel 24 with reference to her appeal.
“I know it's hard for you”
She said that the state is now working over organizing humanitarian corridors to blocked communities. This is necessary to deliver the necessary humanitarian supplies there and take people out. Vereshchuk also appealed to the Kherson authorities.
I know it's hard for you. If you failed to open humanitarian corridors today, this does not mean that this will not happen tomorrow,” the Deputy Prime Minister said.
She added that the local authorities do not need to give up in despondency. After all, only in a common struggle can we defeat the enemy.