Oleksiy Kuleba, deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, announced this on Telegram, according to Ukrinform.
He noted that Odesa is recovering from massive rocket attacks. The whole city has united to overcome the consequences of terror. Local and regional authorities are working to pay compensation to people as soon as possible.
The Mykolaiv region also came under the targeted fire of the Russian Federation. Restoration work has already begun there, and services are connecting communications. People are being provided with assistance.
The liquidation of the consequences of the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant in the Kherson region is ongoing. More than 300 communication specialists and another 100 experts from different regions of Ukraine continue to work in the region to record the damage.
Water supply is being restored in the Dnipropetrovsk region, which was disrupted by the destruction of the Kakhovka reservoir.
"In the city of Uman, design work is being completed on the house where the missile hit on April 28. We plan to start restoring the house soon, in September. People have received all the necessary payments. I am grateful to the businesses and volunteers who joined the repair of the houses around," Kuleba said.
As reported, in the morning of April 28, the Russian army shelled Uman with cruise missiles. 10 houses were damaged, and the entrance to one nine-story building was completely destroyed.