As of 13:00 on 14 June, the water level of the Dnipro River at the Kherson post is gradually decreasing and is at the level of 2.07 metres.
Twenty-eight settlements (3,096 houses) on the right bank of the Dnipro River and 17 settlements on the temporarily occupied territory remain flooded.
A total of 2,779 people (including 309 children and 78 persons with reduced mobility) were evacuated in Kherson region.
714 people (including 30 children and 40 persons with reduced mobility) were rescued. Psychological assistance was provided to 378 people. Since the start of the work, the 101 Rescue Service has received 1,330 calls from citizens.
14 evacuation points have been set up.
Rescuers are pumping out water. Since the beginning of the day, water has been pumped out of 40 premises (since the start of the work, water has been pumped out of 126 premises, which is 30,000 cubic metres of water). 66 motor pumps are involved.
Since the beginning of the day, rescuers have delivered 13 tonnes of water (including 5 tonnes of drinking water) and 3,032 kg of food and basic necessities.