Russian troops damage 23,000 km of roads, over 40 railway bridges in Ukraine

Russian troops damage 23,000 km of roads, over 40 railway bridges in Ukraine

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Russian troops have already destroyed 6,300 km of main rails in Ukraine, as well as damaged 23,573 km of roads, 289 road and 41 railway bridges.

"Russian troops deliberately destroy Ukraine's civilian infrastructure. The amount of documented losses alone has already reached more than $90 billion, and this figure is growing with each passing day," Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov said, the Ministry's press service informs.

According to the minister, 6,300 km of main rails are currently lost, as well as 23,573 km of roads, 289 road and 41 railway bridges are damaged.

"We are currently working to secure cargo delivery chains, changing the direction of trade flows due to the blockade of Ukrainian seaports and the loss of about 23% of the railway network," Kubrakov added.

As reported, at least 208 enterprises, 992 educational institutions, 508 healthcare institutions, 562 kindergartens, 295 bridges, 156 warehouses, 102 religious buildings, 83 administrative buildings, and 12 civilian airports have been damaged, destroyed, or seized since the start of Russia's war against Ukraine.

Photo: Oleksandr Starukh / Telegram

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