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Two residential complexes restored in Irpin at EU expense

Mar 18, 2023

In Irpin, Kyiv region, the residential complexes Zatyshnyi and Novo-Oskolskyi, which were damaged as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion, have been restored for ₴12.5 million.


This was announced by Deputy Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure Oleksandr Butenko, Ukrinform reports citing the ministry's press service on Facebook.

"The co-owners of both residential complexes applied for participation in the program in November last year, and two months later they were able to return to their restored homes. It is important that the reconstruction of these buildings has taken into account modern requirements for energy efficiency and civilian safety. We are convinced that as part of the reconstruction, we must make the housing infrastructure better, safer and more energy efficient than it was before," said Butenko.

The residential complexes have been restored under the Restore HOME program for ₴12.5 million allocated by the European Union. The funds were used to repair the facades, install new windows, restore engineering systems, improve the energy efficiency of buildings, etc.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 18/03/2023

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