Mandatory evacuation from the Donetsk region: where to contact

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Mandatory evacuation from the Donetsk region: where to contact

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Mandatory evacuation from the Donetsk region has begun in Ukraine. As reported by the Ministry of Reintegration, logistics have already been developed.


Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said that more than 50,000 children and 200,000 adults should leave the Donetsk region. Vereshchuk emphasized that people will not be forcibly evacuated. But citizens who refuse to evacuate take personal responsibility for the lives of themselves and their children.


The evacuation was announced due to constant shelling, damaged electricity, water, and gas supply lines, and the impossibility of starting the heating season.


Action algorithm for those who want to evacuate:


1. Leave a request on the Donetsk Military and Civil Administration hotline (0 800 408 911) or use the chatbot (@Evacuation2022_bot).

2. They come to your home, help you pack, and get to the evacuation assembly point.

3. Moving by bus or train to safer regions.

4. During the trip, they will help you to issue an IDP certificate.

5. Upon arrival, you will be met, given the first financial assistance from the state, if possible, food packages and additional payments from international organizations.


Where else can people who want to evacuate contact?


The local authorities of some cities of the Donetsk region have published information on evacuation. In particular, residents of the Donetsk region will be taken to the cities of Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovohrad, Cherkasy, and Zhytomyr regions or abroad.


Residents of Sloviansk can contact by phone:

098 890 33 18;

099 415 65 54;

093 420 18 83;

099 712 03 59;

095 385 60 71;

050 814 85 45;

066 285 62 90.


In the Kirovohrad Region, migrants are offered free accommodation. Those who want to evacuate from the Donetsk region can call here at the following numbers:

098 890 33 18;

099 415 65 54;

093 420 18 83;

099 712 03 59;

095 385 60 71;

050 814 85 45;

066 285 62 90.


You can sign up for evacuation from Avdiivka by calling 095 600 40 26, from Toretsk - 099 601 94 91.


Every day at 16:30 there is a free evacuation train from Pokrovsk to Lviv. It runs through Dnipro and Kropyvnytskyi to Lviv.