This was reported on Monday by the press service of the Donetsk Regional Military-Civil Administration.
"On February 12, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi and the delegation of the UNHCR to Ukraine visited Donetsk region," the statement reads.
It is indicated that the delegation, accompanied by Deputy Chairman of the Donetsk Regional Military-Civil Administration Ihor Stokoz, inspected the residential buildings in the village of Kurdiumivka. These buildings were restored by the United Nations Refugee Agency with the financial support of the Government of Japan and other international donors within the framework of the UNHCR project on the repair of houses damaged by the conflict along the demarcation line, which was implemented in 2017.
The regional administration also informed that a joint press briefing of Chairman of the Donetsk Regional Military-Civil Administration Pavlo Zhebrivsky, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Mr. Shigeki Sumi and UNHCR Representative in Ukraine Mr. Pablo Mateu on the implementation of the UNHCR project on repair of the residential buildings, which are located on the demarcation line and were damaged as a result of the conflict, will be held in Kramatorsk on February 13.