The register will be used to provide compensation for damaged housing, as well as to manage the rebuilding process
The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine (MIU) presented the register of damaged and destroyed property – a single database that will contain information about all residential, transport and social infrastructure that was damaged as a result of the military aggression of the Russian Federation. Departments’ message reportes about it.
The register will be used to provide citizens with compensation for damaged housing, as well as to plan and manage the reconstruction process.
“The creation of the register is the basis for the digital reconstruction of the country. The information about all the destruction of various types of objects and various types of property caused by Russian military aggression, will be accumulated in the register ” said Oleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine.
Special commissions created by local self-government bodies and military-civilian administrations will enter the results of the damage inspection into the register. The commissions will verify the data already entered by citizens, in particular through the Diya application. Currently, more than 256,600 applications for damaged or destroyed citizens’ property with a total area of more than 17.7 million square meters have been received through the portal and application.
The Register of damaged and destroyed property will also include information on damaged objects of state and communal property, as well as transport, energy and other infrastructure.