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  • Denys Shmyhal says UAH 4.4 billion was allocated for housing compensation to Ukrainians whose homes were damaged by shelling
    Communications Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 17 October 2023 17:40

    The Government has allocated a total of UAH 62 billion from the Recovery Fund. Of this amount, UAH 11.3 billion has been earmarked for restoration projects in the social sector as well as housing and communal services. A sum worth UAH 3.5 billion was directed to the construction and reconstruction of infrastructure, housing and public buildings. About UAH 19 billion more will be allocated for the construction of energy facilities. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during a Government meeting on October 17.

    In addition, UAH 4.4 billion has been directed to housing compensation for Ukrainians whose homes were damaged by shelling.

    "There are three components in the Recovery Program. Two of them are at the stage of active implementation. More than 50,000 applications have been submitted for compensation for damaged property. Most of them are in Kharkiv, Kyiv and Mykolaiv regions. These are the areas that have been under enemy occupation or intense shelling. People have already received UAH 1.5 billion in compensation," said Denys Shmyhal.

    In addition, 4,300 applications have been submitted for destroyed housing. According to the Prime Minister, Diia continues to generate housing certificates for which the victims will have an opportunity to purchase a new home. Starting from November, these certificates will be available for use.

    "The third component of the eVidnovlennia is reimbursement to those who made repairs at their own expense. The Verkhovna Rada has passed the relevant law. We expect that payments will begin in early 2024," the Prime Minister said.

    Denys Shmyhal added that almost 4,000 Ukrainian families had received preferential mortgage loans worth UAH 5.7 billion under the eOselia program. These are mostly military personnel, teachers and doctors.

    Denys Shmyhal says UAH 4.4 billion was allocated for housing compensation to Ukrainians whose homes were damaged by shelling