The Ministry of Infrastructure and the Ministry of Digital Transformation have presented the Register of Damaged and Destroyed Properties, which is a single database containing information about all the residential, transport, and social infrastructure affected by the Russian military aggression.
Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov announced this, the CFTS portal reports.
The minister said that the register will be used to compensate citizens for damaged housing, as well as to plan and manage the reconstruction process.
"The enemy has inflicted direct damage worth USD 113.5 billion on Ukraine’s infrastructure in the six months since the beginning of its full-scale invasion. We are performing preliminary calculations together with the Kyiv School of Economics and World Bank experts. All this information will be calculated and fully verified in the register," said Kubrakov.
"In the next phase, we plan to develop all the system’s modules with the support of donors and partners and together with the RISE Ukraine coalition of non-governmental organizations. The system should become the only anti-corruption tool of state administration, ensure transparency and efficiency of reconstruction, and facilitate coordination with international partners," he added.
As reported, the heads of the transport agencies of Ukraine and Britain signed a joint action plan to help rebuild Ukraine's transport infrastructure on 25 August.