Swiss government to help Odesa region restore facilities damaged by Russian shelling

Swiss government to help Odesa region restore facilities damaged by Russian shelling

The Government of Switzerland will help Odesa region to restore facilities damaged by Russian missiles.

Head of the Odesa Regional Military Administration, Maksym Marchenko, stated this in his evening video message, Ukrinform reports.

"Today we met with the Ambassador [Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Swiss Confederation to Ukraine Claude Wild], we reached an agreement on the support of the Swiss government for a number of certain projects on restoring objects in our region that were damaged by missile strikes," Marchenko said.

He added that during the meeting, the sides separately discussed the attraction of private investments in the development of regional business and the modernization of social infrastructure.

As Ukrinform reported, the Swiss government vowed to allocate CHF100 million (almost $100 million) in aid for projects to support the urgent restoration of energy infrastructure as part of the winter aid action plan for Ukraine


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