Ukraine war: Red Cross tries to reach besieged Mariupol; death toll from Mykolaiv strike keeps growing
The humanitarian group said the team with three vehicles was on the way to help facilitate the safe passage of civilians on Saturday after a failed attempt Friday.
Red Cross prepares for Mariupol evacuations as UN struggling to aid Ukraine; Russians leave Chernobyl after radiation exposure
Julien Lerisson, deputy director of operations for the ICRC, said Thursday that the team assembling in the southeastern city of Zaporizhzhia, has medicines, food, water, hygiene items.
ICRC President Peter Maurer told on Wednesday that his organisation has been working to bring the warring parties together.
Charities struggle to deliver humanitarian aid into Ukraine, thanks to blocked ports, treacherous roads
The International Committee of the Red Cross has expressed worry that Russian attacks being carried out in densely populated areas are imperiling children, the sick and the elderly.