On Thursday, the corresponding agreement was signed by the Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing Volodymyr Groysman, UN Resident Coodinator and UNDP Resident Representative Neal Walker and Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi in Kyiv, reports Ukrinform.
"Japan feels it is necessary to help Donbas, because the winter is coming," said Shigeki Sumi.
The project will be implemented within the year in partnership with the Ministry of Regional Development, Ministry of Social Policy, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and the State Agency for the Reconstruction of Donbas, regional and local authorities, UNICEF.
According to Groysman, the program will be implemented in the short, medium and long term. "Currently, there are three sectors in this strategy – infrastructure rehabilitation, reintegration and adaptation of the people living in the liberated territories and the economic recovery in these regions," he said.
The project involves the reopening of about 15 social services. The list of infrastructure objects, which need to be renovated, is being constantly updated and can be supplemented with the objects of the territories, which will be exempt from the terrorists.