The agency noted that the agreement between the two countries focuses on the establishment of humanitarian corridors to facilitate the passage of residents of the most affected regions, in addition to ensuring humanitarian assistance to each of them.
"We hope that this agreement will be implemented without delay and that a full and unconditional ceasefire will be quickly enacted," said UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo.
The official also encouraged the nations to continue the development of negotiations for a prompt resolution of the crisis; as well as to promote humanitarian aid and a state of security to the most affected sectors.
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The organization urged the two nations to continue negotiations to advance in several urgent aspects.
In this regard, the Russian Minister of Defense, Sergey Shoigu, said that at least 150,000 people were evacuated through the humanitarian corridors installed by the Russian forces, who are working to ensure the care of civilians.
For its part, the Ukrainian government said that humanitarian corridors should be set up in nine regions, including Sumy and Chernobyl in the northeast, Kharkov in the east, Kiev in the north, Mykolaiv in the south and Zaporiyia in the southeast.