Izium was under siege for two weeks, residents in urgent need of humanitarian aid with no water, electricity, heating, access to food, or medical help
The city of Izium has been under siege for two weeks, and the situation is now not better than in Mariupol, according to Izium Deputy Mayor Volodymyr Matsokin.
“The city of Izium has been under siege for two weeks. No water, electricity, heat services, food, medicines, communication. The situation is not better than in Mariupol. We are receiving information that those who survived under shelling are now dying from diseases and the lack of medicines. There is no one to bury the deceased. Health services are not provided,” the report states.
According to Matsokin, it is impossible to deliver humanitarian aid, although it is available in sufficient volumes. Also, it is impossible to take civilians out.