Kirill Timoshenko, deputy head of the Office of the President, reported that evacuation flights continued in Ukraine on March 10, thanks to which people from regions affected by Russian aggression were able to be moved to safety.
"From Izyum left 44 evacuation buses with about 2,000 people in them. Further logistics to Dnipro is provided for the evacuees according to their wishes. Delivered also humanitarian cargo with food, things of prime necessity," - informed Timoshenko in his telegram channel.
Earlier, the presidential office reported that 28 evacuation buses had been sent to Bucha.
Buses also left Zaporizhzhya to evacuate residents of Mariupol. There, in Mariupol, a humanitarian convoy took water, food and medicines.
And 35 buses from Lokhvitsa left for Sumy to evacuate people, the Presidential Office said.