The Kyiv School of Economics has named the total amount of damage caused by Russia to Ukrainian infrastructure
Economists have calculated how much damage from Russia has inflicted on Ukrainian infrastructure
In education alone, the damage from Russian missiles is $8.6 billion.
This is what the KSE (Kyiv School of Economics) report says.
As of December 2022, experts estimate the total direct documented damage to Ukraine's infrastructure due to a full-scale invasion launched by Russia on 24 February 2022 at $137.8bn.
In one month alone, damage has increased by $2 billion since last November.
Damage to housing is estimated at $54 billion.
Infrastructure is also the hardest hit, with $35.6bn in damage, industry and business losses of $13bn.
Ukraine's educational institutions have suffered $8.6bn in damage from Russian strikes.
Russia's losses in culture, sport and religion are estimated at $2.2bn.
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