UKRAINE, KHARKIV, Apr 02 — More than $10 billion is needed to rebuild Kharkiv’s destroyed infrastructure, said Kharkiv mayor Ihor Terekhov in an interview with

According to him, more than 150,000 Kharkiv residents are still without housing. In 2022, 200 houses were rebuilt in Kharkiv. Last year, 67 schools were rebuilt. Terekhov says it’s a “drop in the sea.”

“To rebuild everything the aggressor has done, we need more than $10 billion. No city budget in the world can withstand such a burden. That is why we are engaging international partners,” said Terekhov.

Terekhov also said that the construction of an underground school is currently being completed in the city. Later, such schools will be built in all nine city district. The city is able to realize this project thanks to “construction companies and international funds.”

UPD from Apr 3, 00:02 a.m.: Logical mistake fixed.

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