The authorities of the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Donetsk region, are already working on a plan to take back the city after its de-occupation from Russian troops.
It will take about 20 years to revive Mariupol in the Donetsk region. This was announced on Thursday, March 30 by the mayor of the city Vadim Boychenko on the air of the FREEDOM TV channel.
At the same time, he made it clear that this was not about his superficial restoration, but a full resurrection.
Boychenko noted that the legitimate city authorities have already begun to develop plans for the restoration of Mariupol after its de-occupation.
“We are trying to answer the main question – what should we do in the first three months, six months, 12 and 18 months in terms of stabilizing the situation – the work of the public sector, all functional areas, education, medicine. We already have clear answers”, said Boychenko.
First of all, Mariupol plans to restore water, electricity, heat supply, launch public transport, open schools and hospitals.
Boychenko emphasized that the city budget has already accumulated a certain amount of state and government support.
In his opinion, the liberation of Mariupol from the Russian invaders could take place in the summer.
“We are planning the liberation of the city of Mariupol, which will happen at the end of summer, and we will return to Ukrainian Mariupol in the fall. When we talk about the entire revival of the city, 5-10-15-20 years, which we will spend on building a new, strong, Ukrainian, European city that will inspire the whole of Ukraine, then it will be $14.5 billion,” he said.
Earlier it was reported that the vehicle of the commander of the invaders was blown up in Mariupol.
Putin said he “felt the mood of the people” in Mariupol, but Ukrainian intelligence had no evidence of Putin’s presence in Mariupol.
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