• 18/04/2024 19:15

The amount of damage caused to Ukraine's infrastructure reached almost $155 billion – KSE

The amount of direct damage caused to the infrastructure of Ukraine during the war reached almost $155 billion as of January 2024. This estimate also takes into account the damage caused to Ukraine due to the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station by the aggressor country on June 6, 2023. This is stated in the KSE Institute data.

The amount of damage caused to the infrastructure of Ukraine has reached almost $155 billion — KSE

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Increase in damage

The increase in the total amount of damage is associated with an increase in damaged and destroyed infrastructure, housing, industry, energy, education and healthcare.

The housing stock remains in first place in terms of the amount of losses. As a result of hostilities and regular shelling, the number of damaged and destroyed residential buildings increases daily: as of January 2024, there are more than 250 thousand such buildings. Of these, 222 thousand are private houses, more than 27 thousand are apartment buildings and 526 dormitories.

Direct damage from the destruction of these facilities is estimated at $58.9 billion. Compared to the report at the end of 2023, this amount increased by $4 .8 billion

In addition, the increase is caused by the transition to another source of information for some areas (RPZM, Register of Damaged and Destroyed Property). Among the regions where more destroyed residential buildings were recorded are Donetsk, Kiev, Lugansk, Kharkov, Chernigov and Kherson.

The amount of damage caused to the infrastructure of Ukraine reached almost $155 billion — KSE

< p>Damage to infrastructure at the beginning of 2024 reaches $36.8 billion, losses to industry and enterprises are already at $13.1 billion.

According to the latest data, 78 small, medium and large private enterprises have been destroyed or damaged , as well as 348 state-owned enterprises.

Due to the fighting, the amount of direct damage from the destroyed infrastructure of the energy industry continues to grow – up to $9 billion, the agricultural sector – $8.7 billion.

In addition , as of the beginning of this year, losses in the housing and communal services sector increased – $4.5 billion and healthcare – by another $1.4 billion to $3.1 billion.


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