On August 15, 92 people were evacuated from dangerous communities in Kupyansk district. Among them are 17 children, 50 women, and 6 people with disabilities.

  • This was stated by the head of the Kharkiv regional military administration, Oleh Syniehubov.

A total of 436 people have been evacuated since August 9, including 128 children.

Residents evacuating from Kupyansk district can also find accommodation in safe areas of the country through the Shelter program.

This initiative is based on the principle of a bulletin board. Homeowners who are ready to shelter IDPs in their homes post ads about their vacant homes and contacts. People needing accommodation can find it immediately and book it for a few days or longer. Housing under the program is provided free of charge. You can find housing by registering on the Shelter website. After registration, you can use the filter system to find the best accommodation and contact the owner.

See also

Constant missile attacks and empty streets: how Kupyansk lives on the front line. This city in Kharkiv Oblast is 10-15 km/ 6–9 miles from the front line and 40 km/ 25 miles from the border with Russia. The city was severely damaged at the beginning of the full-scale invasion and during the battle for its liberation in September 2022. Today, it is constantly under fire from Russian MLRS and S-300 systems.

Russian army plans to break through Ukrainian defense in Kupyansk direction — colonel-general Syrskyi. Intense fighting is taking place, with some villages changing hands several times.

Russian army shelled Izyum in Kharkiv region at night: one wounded. The victim’s house was also damaged.