The mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, said that 10 houses in the city that were destroyed as a result of the Russian aggression cannot be repaired and will be dismantled.
He said this on April 19 on the air of "Breakfast with 1+1".
"About 10 houses where bearing structures were damaged will be dismantled because they cannot be repaired. More than 100 damaged are now calculating how they can be restored and rebuilt." - said Klitschko and added that they will try to restore the infrastructure of the city as quickly as possible - in the short term.
It is worth noting that in the capital, as a result of Russian aggression have received damage and destruction of about 200 houses.
Meanwhile, the mayor of Irpen Alexander Markushin noted that to restore the damaged or destroyed housing stock and infrastructure of the city requires at least a billion dollars.
"According to the calculations of experts and estimators engaged by the Irpen Investment Council to restore the destroyed or damaged housing stock of Irpen, about $850 million is needed," he said.
About $150 million will be needed to rebuild the city's destroyed infrastructure.
"Thus, $1 billion is needed to rebuild the entire infrastructure of the Irpen community after widespread destruction by the occupiers," the mayor summarized.
Irpen was one of the epicenters of defense in the suburbs to the capital. The Russian occupiers damaged and destroyed 71 percent of the city's buildings, including educational and healthcare institutions.