The humanitarian corridor Kolotylivka (Russian Federation) - Pokrovka (Ukraine) has been reopened in Sumy region.
According to Ukrinform, the Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine reported this in Telegram.
"Ukrainians evacuating from the temporarily occupied territories can return to the government-controlled territory of Ukraine through the Kolotylivka (Russian Federation) - Pokrovka (Ukraine) checkpoint. As of yesterday, the crossing point on the border of Belgorod and Sumy regions has resumed its work," the statement reads.
A volunteer humanitarian center operates on the Ukrainian border, where all Ukrainians can receive free psychological, legal, and humanitarian assistance, as well as spend the night and get to Sumy or other cities of Ukraine.
"We remind you that those wishing to evacuate from the Sumy region can also use a special evacuation train Sumy-Kyiv. It runs daily from Sumy: it departs at 6:47 and arrives in Kyiv at 11:41," the Ministry of Reintegration emphasized.
At the station, Ukrposhta pays each citizen upon arrival 3 thousand hryvnias for children and people with disabilities and 2 thousand hryvnias for all other persons.