The Washington Post reports:
Moscow’s proposed evacuation routes to Russia and Belarus are “unacceptable,” Ukraine said, insisting that civilians fleeing battle zones should be allowed to reach western Ukraine or European Union countries.
Russia announced six evacuation routes from several Ukrainian cities, including the capital, Kyiv, and hard-hit Kharkiv and Mariupol — four leading to either Russia or its ally, Belarus.
Meanwhile, local Ukrainian leaders cast doubt on Russia’s claims of a temporary cease-fire, as Moscow’s forces continued to bombard areas across Ukraine. es.
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