Second convoy of evacuees leaves Ukraine’s Sumy, Ukrainian official says


Lviv (Reuters) – A second convoy of evacuees left the Ukrainian city of Sumy through a “humanitarian corridor” created under a temporary ceasefire agreement with Russia on Tuesday, Ukraine’s deputy presidential chief of staff Kyrylo Tymoshenko said.

Earlier on Tuesday, regional authorities said the ceasefire had mostly held, allowing a first wave of evacuation of civilians including 1,000 foreign students.

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