Thousand Ukrainians leave fighting zone in the last 24 hours
As of November 10, 455 thousand and 175 were registered as displaced persons from the fighting [official ‘anti-terrorist operation’ or ATO] zone in Donbas and the Crimea. According to the head of the State Emergencies Service, Serhiy Bochkovsky, the figure includes 127, 409 children and 84, 946 elderly or invalids.
19, 221 IDP are from the Crimea; 435, 954 from the ATO zone.
Over the last 24 hours, Bochkovsky said, around 1 thousand people had left the ATO zone. He asserts that over recent days there has not been an increase in the number of people displaced, with the figure on average between 1 and 1.5 thousand.
There are only the figures of those registered, and it is possible that the actual figure is higher.
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