Residents of Kherson region with less mobility should wait in safe regions

Опубліковано 9 June 2023 року, о 13:52

During a live broadcast on ICTV, Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk called on the elderly, people with limited mobility, and sick people to temporarily leave the disaster area caused by the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant disaster.

According to the Vice Prime Minister, the humanitarian crisis in Kherson region is not over yet, and we face serious challenges ahead. And it is not only water, but also the consequences caused by it. Among other things, we are talking about the sanitary and epidemiological situation, mine danger, and many other factors.

“I ask people in the disaster’s epicenter to evacuate. Especially people with limited mobility, older and sick people. We need to wait until the aftermath is overcome, and the situation is fully stabilized,” summarized Iryna Vereshchuk.

We remind you that those affected by the floods can contact the hotline of the Kherson Regional Military Administration for help: 0 800 330 951, (091) 481-78-45. Or call the crisis response hotline of the Ministry of Reintegration: 15-48.