More than 13,000 objects damaged due to Russian aggression restored in Kyiv region
More than 13,000 objects in Kyiv region that were damaged as a result of hostilities have been restored, in total, more than 28,000 objects have been destroyed and damaged, said head of the regional military administration Ruslan Kravchenko.
We are talking about the restoration of high-rise buildings, private houses, medical institutions, schools, kindergartens and the like,” the press service reports.
During the briefing, Kravchenko recalled that control over all stages of restoration has been strengthened and he asked law enforcement agencies in the region to conduct a full and objective audit of tenders and purchases for restoration.
“There are first results. Checks continue,” the report says.
A supervisory council on reconstruction issues was also created, in which representatives of international institutions and public organizations and independent experts participate. Council members have compiled a restoration catalog for Kyiv region for 2022 and are working on a restoration catalog for 2023.
In addition, this week the Transparency and Accountability working group was created, consisting of representatives of law enforcement agencies, the NACP and other anti-corruption institutions. Work is underway to formulate a package of specific anti-corruption measures.
The administration also ordered work on 56 objects, which are being restored at the expense of the Fund for Elimination of the Consequences of Armed Aggression. A commission has been created whose task will be to inspect the work at the sites. It included representatives of the relevant departments of the regional administration, law enforcement agencies, technical supervision, the State Labor Service, the supervisory board, DTEK, etc.
It is noted that “the local commission will record all problematic issues and promptly eliminate them. They have already checked the restoration of the kindergarten in Byshiv. Next in line are four apartment buildings in Bucha.”
“Next week we will continue work on tender procurement. The administration department of regional development plans to hold nine tenders. In particular, for the restoration of kindergartens, residential buildings, medical institutions, schools. We invite everyone to participate. I would also note: a unified technical specification will be used for all participants in the tender, which was recommended by UNDP specialists,” Kravchenko emphasized.