3,000 civilian infrastructure objects, ruined due to the Russian invasion, already restored in Chernihiv region
Three thousand civilian infrastructure objects out of 12,000, destroyed or damaged by the Russian invasion, have already been restored in the northern Chernihiv region, Ukrinform reports citing Head of the Chernihiv Regional Military Administration Viacheslav Chaus.
“A lot was done over the past year, but the enemy caused too much destruction; 12,000 infrastructure objects were destroyed or damaged, 90% of which are civilian infrastructure, and to be more precise, 80% of objects are people’s houses. In a year, we managed to restore 3,000 such objects; another 2,000 are being restored. However, there is still a lot of work to be done,” Chaus said. In addition to the ruined buildings, Russian troops destroyed 36 bridges and overpasses and damaged more than 1,100 km of roads.