100 days of war: Ukraine's Armed Forces liberated 1,017 settlements, 370 demined

100 days of war: Ukraine's Armed Forces liberated 1,017 settlements, 370 demined

Ukraine's Armed Forces have liberated 1,017 settlements from Russian invaders during 100 days of an all-out war.

Deputy Head of the Ukrainian President's Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko said this at a briefing on Friday, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"During this time, Ukraine's Armed Forces liberated 1,017 settlements from the invaders, 370 of them have already been demined, whereas in others, the State Emergency Service is working," Tymoshenko said.

He noted that in the liberated territories of the Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Zhytomyr regions, work has already begun on the restoration of residential buildings and social infrastructure. As of June 3, 1,194 facilities have been completely restored, he said.

Tymoshenko also noted that in the liberated cities, transport services are gradually being restored. In particular, they has already been restored in more than 700 settlements.

He added that medical facilities are operating in 26% of the liberated area, grocery stores have reopened in more than 600 settlements and banks in almost 300.

In addition, humanitarian goods are delivered to Ukraine every day. In May alone, more than 126,000 tonnes of humanitarian aid were sent to the country, the official said.

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