11 houses and infrastructure damaged by Russian shelling are being restored in Kyiv

In Kyiv, 11 residential buildings and social infrastructure facilities are being restored, which suffered the most damage from Russian shelling.

According to Ukrinform, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko reported this in his Telegram.

“Restoration work continues in 11 residential buildings and a number of social infrastructure facilities that have suffered the most damage as a result of shelling by Russian barbarians,” Klitschko said.

According to him, in total, more than 640 infrastructure facilities and residential buildings were damaged in the capital, which were damaged to varying degrees. In particular, 89 housing and communal services, 53 educational institutions, 15 healthcare facilities, 197 residential buildings, 12 cultural institutions, 5 social protection institutions were affected.

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The head of the capital noted that the capital allocated almost UAH 600 million from the reserve fund of the city budget for restoration work at 360 facilities. In addition, the government allocated UAH 200 million.

Klitschko stressed that the city plans to complete work on priority facilities before the start of the heating season.

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“In particular, we are doing our best to ensure that residents of damaged high-rise buildings on Koshytsa, Chernobylskaya, Bogatyrskaya, Krushelnitskaya, Kotelnikova (2 residential buildings), Gavrylyshyn (2 residential buildings), Irpenskaya, on Svobody and Lobanovsky Avenues return to their homes in the fall, ” Vitali Klitschko emphasized.

As reported, the mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko showed the story of a metro worker who lived and worked at the metro station for more than a month, taking care of the residents of the capital.

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