Deputy Chairman of the National Security, Defense and Intelligence Committee Yuriy Aristov announced that the amount of direct and only documented material losses amounted to $143.8 billion. The most affected are residential buildings (37.3%), infrastructure (25.2%), assets of enterprises and industry (7.9%), education facilities (6.2%), agriculture and land resources (6.1%), energy infrastructure (5.6%).
Category: Monthly updates
War in Ukraine. Day 412. Monthly update 2023, #2.
‘The full year of war has resulted in more than US$135 billion in direct damage to buildings and Infrastructure,’ indicates the second Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment, jointly developed by the World Bank Group, the Government of Ukraine, the European Commission, and the United Nations. The most affected sectors have been housing (38 percent), transport (26 percent), energy (8 percent), commerce and industry (8 percent), and agriculture (6 percent). 6 regions have sustained the greatest direct damages – Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhi, Kyiv, and Kherson regions.
War in Ukraine. Day 388. Monthly update 2023, #1.
“There can be no peace without accountability,” said Roberta Metsola during her March address at the “United for Justice” conference, hosted by the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine in Lviv, Ukraine from 3-5 March. Discussions on the accountability for the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine remain a top priority.