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Lithuania builds modular town for 36 families in Borodyanka

Apr 12, 2023

Lithuania has completed the first project to support the restoration of Ukrainian infrastructure - a modular town in Borodyanka for 36 families who lost their homes due to the war.

According to Yevropeiska Pravda, this was announced by the Ministry of Economy and Innovation of Lithuania.

The installation of the town has been completed, and the Lithuanian Commercial Attaché Tomas Matulevicius handed over the keys to the Borodyanka mayor and signed the transfer papers.

"This is the first and not the last project of Lithuania to rebuild the destroyed infrastructure of Ukraine. It is very important to support Ukraine now, because despite the war, life goes on, and those who return have no place to live, children have no place to study," said Minister Aushrine Armonaitė.

The modular houses are adapted for families with children. They have a kitchen, laundry, places for recreation and leisure, and a playground.

Lithuania is also involved in other infrastructure projects, including a school destroyed by shelling (the city is not named) and a kindergarten in Irpin. The work is scheduled to be completed by the fall.

In total, the Lithuanian government has allocated more than €11 million for the reconstruction of Ukraine.

Author - Olena Madiak, 12/04/2023

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