The repair of the 29-storey building on Irpenskaya Street, whose courtyard was hit by a Russian missile at the end of March, has already been completed.
The restoration of several metropolitan houses, most affected by Russian shelling, is almost completed, people are returning to their homes. This was announced by the mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko after checking the progress of repair work.
“Friends! At the beginning of summer, we started restoration work on 16 residential buildings most damaged by the shelling of Russian barbarians. Today I already inspected the houses on Svobody Avenue and Irpenskaya Street, where the work is almost completed. And people are returning to their homes. By the end of the year, repair work will also be completed in three houses nearby (on Svobody Avenue and Mezhova Street), which were also damaged by the blast wave. They are repairing and insulating the facade and carrying out partial repairs in apartments where necessary,” Vitali Klitschko said.
He visited a five-story building on Svobody Avenue in the Podolsky district, which was damaged in March this year when a shell exploded 4 meters from its wall. According to Klitschko, construction work has almost been completed at the facility today: the facade has been completely renovated and insulated, internal engineering networks have been restored, repairs to apartments and common areas that have been damaged have almost been completed.
The repair of the 29-storey building on Irpenskaya Street, whose courtyard was hit by a Russian missile at the end of March, has also been completed.
“To date, the facade and common areas have been completely repaired. The repair of damaged apartments and the restoration of engineering networks have almost been completed. The elevators in the 3rd and 4th entrances have been repaired,” the mayor of Kyiv said.
Vitali Klitschko noted that more than 650 infrastructure facilities and residential buildings were damaged by rocket attacks in the capital. The capital allocated about UAH 600 million from the reserve fund of the city budget for restoration work. Another 200 million were allocated by the government.