Kyiv allocates UAH 600M to rebuild city infrastructure after enemy shelling

Kyiv allocates UAH 600M to rebuild city infrastructure after enemy shelling

Kyiv authorities are allocating funds and starting the reconstruction and overhaul of residential buildings and social infrastructure in the Ukrainian capital damaged by Russian shelling.

According to Ukrinform, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said this on Telegram.

"The capital is allocating almost 600 million hryvnias from the budget. The government has promised to provide another 200 million [hryvnias]," the mayor said.

According to Klitschko, "a total of almost 390 buildings in the capital need to be restored. More than 220 of them are residential buildings. Others are social infrastructure facilities (medical institutions, kindergartens, schools, social protection institutions, administrative buildings)."

Klitschko earlier said that 390 buildings in the capital had been damaged as a result of Russian aggression, including 222 apartment buildings, 75 educational institutions, 17 health care institutions and 11 cultural institutions.

Photo: AA

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