Free trains for evacuation from de-occupied territories: timetable
Evacuation trains continue to run daily from dangerous regions of Ukraine to the central and western regions. Learn more about timetables and financial aid for war victims
Due to the war in Ukraine, regular evacuation routes continue to operate, helping people to leave dangerous areas and reach the western and central regions. The Ministry of Integration reminds that free evacuation trains run daily from the de-occupied territories and cities located in the area of hostilities.
Free evacuation trains: timetable
• Route Kherson - Lviv. Train No. 110/109
- Starts running from January 21. In the future, it will run every other day on odd numbers;
- Departure from Kherson - at 14:27;
- Arrival in Lviv - at 10:18 the next day;
- Intermediate stations: Mykolaiv, Shevchenko, Bila Tserkva, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytskyi, Ternopil.
• Route Pokrovsk - Dnipro - Lviv. Train No. 234/233
- Departure from Pokrovsk - at 14:15;
- Arrival in Lviv - at 12:44 the next day;
- Intermediate stations: Dnipro, Shevchenko, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytskyi, Ternopil.
• Route Zaporizhzhia - Kryvyi Rih - Lviv. Train No. 119/120
- Departure from Zaporizhia - at 09:45;
- Arrival in Dnipro - 12:07;
- Arrival in Kryvyi Rih - 15:29;
- Arrival in Lviv - at 11:44 the next day.
Pay attention! For free evacuation by train, you must register in advance by calling the hotline of local authorities. When registering, you must specify which station you are going to.
Cash assistance for evacuation by free train: details
As soon as you arrive at your destination, you will be able to receive financial assistance from the state. "Ukrposhta" pays out funds to internally displaced persons right at the station. In this way, an adult will be able to receive UAH 2,000, a child or a person with a disability - UAH 3,000.
We will remind you! Previously, we talked about the main rules for issuing subsidies to immigrants in 2023. Detailed information can be found at the link.
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