The damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure has reached over $80 billion
Direct losses to civilian infrastructure have amounted to $80 billion or UAH 2.4 trillion, as estimated by the KSE Institute.
During the 47 days of Russian aggression in Ukraine, 23 thousand kilometers of roads, 37 thousand square meters of real estate, 319 kindergartens, 205 medical institutions, 546 educational institutions, 145 factories, and enterprises were damaged, destroyed, or seized. Also, 54 administration buildings, 277 bridges and bridge crossings, 10 military airfields, 8 airports, and 2 ports were damaged, as well as at least 74 religious buildings and 62 other cultural buildings.
According to the Ministry of Economy and KSE, total Ukraine’s economic losses due to the war, taking into account both direct losses calculated in this project and indirect losses (GDP decline, investment cessation, an outflow of labor, additional defense, and social support costs, etc), range from $564 billion to $600 billion.