Temporary housing set up near Kyiv with assistance from Poland

14 August, 12:53 PM
A temporary modular town was built in Irpen for those who lost their homes as a result of the war (Photo:Ministry of Regions)

A temporary modular town was built in Irpen for those who lost their homes as a result of the war (Photo:Ministry of Regions)

Ukrainian citizens who lost their homes due to the Russian war of aggression, will now be able to use temporary modular housing facility in Irpin, near Kyiv, Ukraine’s Regional Development Ministry said in a message on its website on Aug. 13.

“We opened temporary modular housing town of Dubky today, in Irpin,” minister Oleksiy Chernyshov said.

“We hope locals will find it warm and cozy… I’d like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the Polish government for their assistance (with this project).”

The complex includes 88 modular homes and is expected to accommodate up to 352 people.

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Local authorities are responsible for determining who’s going to eligible for moving into Dubky.

“In this town, we’ve included key elements of comfortable living: a computerized study hall, workout area…,” Chernyshov added.

Similar temporary housing compounds have been earlier erected in Lviv and other suburbs of Kyiv – Borodyanka, Makariv, and Bucha.

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