Over 4,500 buildings damaged by Russians restored in Kyiv region

Over 4,500 buildings damaged by Russians restored in Kyiv region

More than 4,500 objects damaged as a result of Russia's armed aggression have already been restored across Kyiv region.

That’s according to Oleksiy Kuleba, head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, who reported the news on Telegram, Ukrinform saw.

"The reconstruction of our country requires enormous efforts. Working hard every day so more than 4,500 objects have already been restored in the region. These are residential buildings and apartment blocks, educational and health care facilities," Kuleba wrote.

He also released videos of educational facilities before and after restoration.

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According to Kuleba, various types of work were carried out at the facilities: from replacement of shattered windows to major restoration of facades and roofs.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, part of Kyiv region was under Russian occupation for more than a month. Early April, the region was completely liberated from the Russian invaders.

Photo: Oleksiy Kuleba, Telegram

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