“Since 12 o’clock (local time) there were more than 100 bombings. Today there were 19 wounded, thank God there were no fatalities,” he told Russia 24 television channel.
He noted that 33 private sector houses and 32 apartment buildings were hit on Tuesday.
“In five incomplete days the figure is simply catastrophic. Eight dead, 42 wounded, 168 private sector houses and 77 state houses have been destroyed,” Prijodko lamented.
Meanwhile, the Russian armed forces and the People’s Militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) announced that they will organize two humanitarian corridors for the residents of the city of Mariupol to temporarily move to a safe place.
According to the deputy head of the DPR People’s Militia, Eduard Basurin, it is possible to leave Mariupol until March 2, TASS news agency reported.
For his part, the head of the Lugansk city administration, Manolis Pilavov, told the Russia 24 television station that the entire population of the city was evacuated, especially the elderly and children.
Also the whole team of observers of the Special Monitoring Mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) was evacuated from Donetsk to Russia.