On Dnipropetrovs'k region allocates 9 million in aid to victims of rocket attack on Pavlohrad

As a result of the rocket strike, 24 multi-story buildings and 80 private estates in the city were damaged
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As a result of the rocket strike, 24 multi-story buildings and 80 private estates in the city were damaged Ukraine news 02 May 2023 at 15:17

In the Dnipropetrovsk region, 9 million hryvnias were allocated from local and regional budgets to help those affected by the rocket strike on the city of Pavlohrad. In particular, 6 million hryvnias were allocated from the local budget during an extraordinary session of the city council, and an additional 3 million hryvnias were provided from the regional budget. This information was reported by the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration.

Sergiy Lysak, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, mentioned that a similar practice was applied when Russian occupiers attacked Pavlohrad with rockets earlier this year. At that time, both the regional and local authorities joined forces to provide financial support to residents of damaged buildings and apartments.

Sergiy Lysak also clarified that, as a result of the shelling in the city, 24 multi-story buildings and 80 private residences were damaged. People can use the funds received from the budget to replace broken windows and doors or repair damaged roofs.

Anatoliy Vershyna, the mayor of Pavlohrad, emphasized that the allocated funds are assistance, not compensation. He also mentioned that people can apply for financial compensation from the government by registering through the Diya app or the Administrative Services Center.

Furthermore, the mayor noted that during the hostile attack, communal facilities such as clinics, kindergartens, and schools were also damaged. Questions related to their restoration will be considered separately.

In Pavlohrad, a hotline for the affected population is operating: 0-800-40-44-01, 095-225-41-92. In addition, collection points for statements from residents have been set up. Nearly 700 people have already applied. Charitable foundations have sent humanitarian aid with construction materials to Pavlohrad.

Earlier, we reported that Poltava region has lost two more defenders in the Russian-Ukrainian war.


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