The Government has set up an organisational preparatory committee for the annual Ukraine Recovery Conference to be held in Berlin next year. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
“The task is not only to attract resources for rapid reconstruction, but also to determine the long-term perspective and to synchronise reconstruction with European integration. The key question is at whose expense reconstruction will take place. Ukraine’s answer is clear – russia will pay for it,” said Denys Shmyhal.
The Prime Minister noted that Ukraine expected an effective EU decision on the confiscation of frozen russian assets.
At the same time, Denys Shmyhal noted that the Government was working to rebuild Ukraine in all priority areas.
“In the housing sector, we are implementing the eVidnovlennia programme. The state has paid out more than UAH 1.8 billion to Ukrainians for property damaged by russian terrorists. In total, almost 60,000 applications have been submitted, most of them by residents of the Kharkiv, Kyiv and Mykolaiv regions,” the Head of Government said.
According to the Prime Minister, 6,400 applications have been received regarding the destroyed property. Nearly 800 housing certificates have been generated. From now on, this component of the eVidnovlennia programme will also be available to co-owners of property. (Government portal/Business World Magazine)