The head of the Severodonetsk Regional Administrative Center spoke about the extent of the city's destruction

The head of the Severodonetsk Regional Administrative Center spoke about the extent of the city’s destruction

Oleksandr Stryuk, head of the Central Bank of Ukraine, told about this on Espresso.

“If we talk about the destruction and the state of the city, then almost 80%, and even 90% of the housing stock is damaged. If we talk about complete destruction, then it is probably 60% of the housing stock,” he emphasized.

The Russians also damaged or destroyed 60-70% of Severodonetsk’s electrical infrastructure. Water supply is destroyed by approximately 50%. Sewerage is damaged in several key places. The treatment facilities were significantly damaged and are not functioning, so their restoration will take quite a long time.

  • On November 14, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced that they were planning a full “evacuation” of civilians from Kreminnaya, Severodonetsk, and Rubizhny deep into the occupied territories.

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Fuente: espreso.tv

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