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Ukraine has repaired less than 15% of homes and 19% of schools damaged during 2 years of war

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal speaks at a press conference outlining economic plans for the country's third year at war.

Ukraine has rebuilt 23,000 apartment buildings and private houses and 600 schools that have been damaged or destroyed during the past two years of war, Prime Minister Shmyhal said in a weekend press conference.

That means less than 15% of damaged homes and less than 18.6% of schools damaged or destroyed in the fighting have been rebuilt since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Feb 24, 2022. The figures, calculated by Ukraine Rebuild Newswire, are based on a study published by the Kyiv School of Economics almost six months ago.

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