The Ministry of Defense announced the evacuation of 46 people from houses near Azovstal

Two groups of civilians had left the humanitarian corridor from houses near the plant the day before, the ministry said. State agencies reported the evacuation of 25 people from the territory of Azovstal itself


On April 30, along the humanitarian corridor from residential buildings near the Azovstal metallurgical plant two groups of civilians came out in Mariupol— only 46 people, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

“On the afternoon of April 30, 25 local residents came out. With the onset of the dark time of the day, using the silence mode, the second group of 21 people left, — the department said.

People were taken to the village of Bezymennoe, they were provided with accommodation, food and medical care.

At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.

On the eve of TASS and RIA Novosti reported about the exit of 25 people, including six children, from the territory of the plant itself. The day before, according to the information of the Russia 24 TV channel, a family of three left the territory of the blocked enterprise along the humanitarian corridor.

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On April 21, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to President Vladimir Putin that Mariupol, which had been in the area of ​​hostilities since the beginning of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, had been taken. However, according to the minister, Azovstal “the remnants of the nationalist formations” took refuge. Putin ordered to cancel the assault and block the plant. On April 26, during a conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Putin said that Mariupol was “liberated and there is no fighting there.”

Evacuation of people from the territory of “Azovstal” became one of the main topics of the meeting between UN Secretary General António Guterres and Putin in Moscow, and then Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. Zelensky told the UN Secretary General that Ukraine is ready for immediate negotiations with Russia on this issue. The Kremlin felt that there was nothing to discuss, since “President [Putin] said quite clearly— civilians can get out and go in any direction. The military must lay down their arms and also leave.

Guterres suggested that Putin should involve UN and International Committee of the Red Cross. According to the Secretary General's office, the President “agreed in principle” with this initiative. The UN has created a team to coordinate this process.

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