Ukrainians submit nearly 3,000 applications for financial aid under the e-Restoration program
Restoration of residential buildings (Photo:Kharkiv City Council)
Nearly 3,000 applications for compensation for housing destroyed by the Russian invaders were submitted by Ukrainians on the launch date for the e-Restoration program, the press service of the Ministry of Communities and Territories Development and Infrastructure reported on May 11.
The e-Restoration program allows Ukrainian citizens whose received minor damage due to Russian aggression and has not yet been repaired to receive state assistance for the restoration of their housing. The maximum amount of compensation is 200,000 UAH (approximately $5,400).
Despite technical issues after the launch of the program, as of May 10, 2,454 applications for aid payments had been received, the Ministry states.
The received applications will be processed by commissions to be established by local self-government bodies, which will then begin direct inspections of the housing.
The Ministry of Infrastructure advises citizens whose housing was damaged as a result of Russian aggression to submit applications for assistance payments via the Diya app.
Prior to this, a notification of damaged property must be submitted via Diya, a notary, or a local government center, if such notification has not yet been submitted.
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