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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