Damage from Russian aggression to Ukraine’s infrastructure amounts to $10B.
Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Damage from Russian aggression to Ukraine’s infrastructure amounts to $10B.

 Russian troops have caused damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure totaling more than $10B, said Minister of Infrastructure Alexander Kubrakov.  “By the end of last week, we calculated those losses that relate exclusively to transport infrastructure. We are talking about roads, bridges, railroads, and equipment that was damaged in the shelling of our airports. By the end of last week, this figure exceeded $10B,” said the Minister. According to Kubrakov, Ukraine will restore most of the damaged facilities in one year, large and complex facilities will be restored within two years.

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