• 13/04/2024 02:49

Two more bridges damaged as a result of Russian aggression were repaired in the Kyiv region

In total, 21 bridges were damaged in the region as a result of hostilities.

Two more bridges damaged as a result of Russian aggression were repaired in the Kiev region

bridge restored, Kiev region

Bridges were repaired in the Kiev region on roads damaged as a result of Russian armed aggression.

This was announced by the head of the regional military administration, Ruslan Kravchenko.

“The following bridges have been overhauled and put into operation: on the Pobeda – Baryshevka highway, on the Korneevka – Nedra – Zgurovka – Berezan highway,” Kravchenko wrote in Facebook.

He also said that the repair of the bridge on the Vorzel-Zabuchye highway due to Mikhailovka-Rubezhovka, which was also damaged as a result of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation, is being completed. The total length of the bridge structure is 48 m.

According to Kravchenko, as a result of hostilities in the Kiev region, 21 bridges on roads were damaged, some of them began to be overhauled in 2023.

What is the situation with the restoration of war-damaged bridges in Ukraine

  • In the fall of 2023, a bridge was opened on the bridge over the city of Irpen in Stoyanka, Kiev region all four lanes for vehicles. The bridge was destroyed at the very beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian army. After the liberation of the Kyiv region, a temporary bypass road was built.
  • Subsequently, traffic was opened across the bridge in the Chernihiv region, which the Reconstruction Agency received from the French humanitarian mission.
  • The Reconstruction Agency is also rebuilding a bridge over the Sula River. Restoring traffic is important to ensure logistics connections between the north, center and south of Ukraine. This is the shortest route, but the bridge is still closed to all types of transport.
  • On the day of St. Nicholas and the Armed Forces of Ukraine, December 6, two more restored bridges were opened in the Zhytomyr region in the villages of Novaya Radcha and Grezlya for the Naroditsky community.


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