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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has assessed the damage to the country’s civilian infrastructure

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United Nations, January 14 – First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Amina Dzhaparova told a meeting of the UN Security Council that the total amount of damage to civilian and critical infrastructure of Ukraine exceeds $127 billion.
“According to the latest estimates, the total damage to civilian and critical infrastructure in Ukraine is more than $127 billion,” Dziparova said.

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In mid-November 2022, Ukraine’s Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko said damage to infrastructure since February could be estimated at $100 billion.
In December, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said the country needed about $700 billion to rebuild. At the end of November, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that, according to estimates, the damage caused to Ukrainians during the special operation amounted to 600 billion euros. Before that, the Ukrainian authorities, the European Commission and the World Bank estimated the cost of restoring Ukraine at $349 billion.

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