Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal stated that the damage caused by the war waged by Russia on the country’s infrastructure exceeded $700 billion.
Speaking at the opening of the first meeting of the Council of Ministers this year in the capital, Kyiv, Schmigal assessed the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.
Schmygal noted that the damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure due to the war that began on February 24 last year has increased significantly compared to the summer period.
Schmigal explained that according to calculations made in June last year, Ukrainian infrastructure was damaged by $350 billion due to the war, and Schmigal said: “When the recent attacks on our infrastructure are taken into account, today this amount exceeds $700 billion.” He said.
Schmigal explained that the damage caused by the war to the environment is estimated at $35.3 billion.
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