The United Nations will open its offices in several cities of Ukraine.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Regional Representative Oldrich Andrysek announced this during the signing in Mariupol of a memorandum on joint work to provide humanitarian assistance to 20,000 internally displaced persons (IDP).
“In Mariupol it is planned to open a representative office of the United Nations. Such offices will be opened in other cities of Ukraine. Our mission is to assist the Ukrainian authorities to remove sharp edges for those who are left with no means and sufficient support,” Andrysek said.
In particular, he said, the offices will be opened in Kherson and Kharkiv.
Andrysek also added that the international mission has already delivered to Donetsk region more than 200 tons of humanitarian aid. People who are temporarily located in the suburbs of Mariupol have already received the first batch.