Forty-four enterprises in Kyiv region completely destroyed - administration chief

Forty-four enterprises in Kyiv region completely destroyed - administration chief

In Kyiv region, more than a hundred enterprises were affected by Russian invasion. Forty-four of them were completely destroyed.

Oleksiy Kuleba, the head of the Kyiv regional military administration, spoke of this on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"We are doing everything to restore business operations in the region as soon as possible. After all, both the well-being of our residents and the development of our region depend on it," Kuleba said.

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In this regard, he said that on June 7, one of the first meetings of business and government regulators was held, during which topical issues and problems of the region's enterprises were discussed.

"We are doing everything to become a platform to help address these issues. We will help every company. It is necessary to save and create new jobs for people, as well as stabilize the economic situation. These are important issues, and we see them as our priority," the administration chief summed up.

As Ukrinform reported, some liberated territories across Kyiv region will be inspected for possible radiation contamination.

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