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UN: The humanitarian situation in southern Ukraine is very critical
The United Nations says the situation in the southern Ukrainian cities of Mykolaiv and Kherson remains "dire" and "critical". Nearly a quarter of a million people in Mykolaiv alone face a lack of heat, water and power.
UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarric said Humanitarian Coordinator Denise Brown visited the two southern cities over the weekend. Brown reported that people fleeing Kherson are heading to Mykolaiv, according to Dujarric.
"Several heating points have already been established in Mykolaiv to help people who cannot heat their homes. Aid workers are providing supplies and generators to make these places functional," Dujarric said.
In Kherson, "We expect that, with the support of the authorities, we will be able to cover the basic needs of the people who have stayed in the city, if we are able to maintain the same level of aid sent over the last two weeks."
"The situation with water, heat and electricity, however, remains dire, although the electricity supply is gradually being restored," the spokesman added.
Donors have provided $3.1 billion in humanitarian aid through the UN this year, but Dujarric said continued funding is important to "maintain the momentum or the response", especially during the winter months.