“More Than 3,500 Infrastructure Facilities in Ukraine Destroyed by the Russian Aggression,” Denys Monastyrskyi
More than 3,500 infrastructure facilities in Ukraine have been destroyed in part or in full as a result of attacks by Russians. Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, made a statement to this effect at the press briefing in Ukraine Media Centre.
The infrastructure facilities that have been destroyed or damaged include:
- transport infrastructure facilities: 230;
- vital infrastructure facilities (power substations, gas lines): 165;
- education institutions: 72;
- healthcare facilities: 21;
- residential buildings: over 2,700;
- social facilities: 10;
- offices of state authorities (Police, Emergency Management Service): 400
Currently, the State Emergency Management Service and the National Police officers are redoubling their efforts to restore vital infrastructure and residential buildings.
Owners will be able to give notice of the destruction of their dwellings via the Diia app.
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