Ukrainians evacuated from the temporarily occupied territories may return to the government-controlled territory of Ukraine through the Kolotylivka (russia) – Pokrovka (Ukraine) checkpoint.
The border crossing between the Belgorod and Sumy regions has resumed operations since yesterday.
There is a volunteer humanitarian center on the Ukrainian border where all Ukrainians can receive free psychological, legal, and humanitarian assistance, as well as overnight accommodation and transportation to Sumy or other cities in Ukraine.
We remind you that those who want to evacuate from Sumy region can also use a special Sumy-Kyiv evacuation train. It leaves Sumy every day at 6:47 and arrives in Kyiv at 11:41.
At the station, Ukrposhta pays each citizen 3,000 hryvnias for children and people with disabilities, and 2,000 hryvnias for all others upon arrival.
Kyiv Regional Military Administration will house in a modular city in the Vyshhorod district.
For evacuation issues, please call the hotline of the Sumy Regional Military Administration: (0542)-77-99-55 or the 24-hour hotline of the Ministry of Reintegration: 15-48. For messages via WhatsApp/Telegram/Viber messenger, the number is (096) 078-84-33.