The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure currently estimates the damage to the Ukrainian transport infrastructure by Russia’s war on Ukraine at more than USD 10 billion.

Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov announced this on the Rada channel, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Economic Pravda publication.

According to Kubrakov, the damage inflicted on the country’s transport infrastructure (roads, bridges, railways, equipment, and airports) by Russia’s aggression had already exceeded USD 10 billion by the end of last week.

The minister expressed the conviction that it will be possible to restore most of the destroyed facilities in one year and the most complex ones in up to two years.

At the same time, according to Kubrakov, Ukraine is counting on its foreign partners’ help in rebuilding the infrastructure. "This war is not ours. Ukraine is defending the interests of the entire civilized world, and we will also not rebuild this country on our own," the minister said.

"We will definitely win and definitely rebuild everything," he added.

As reported, the Ministry of Infrastructure stated back on February 25 that it was recording all the damage that Russia’s military invasion was doing to Ukraine’s infrastructure.