The city of Bucha in the Kyiv region suffered infrastructural damage in the amount of UAH 5.1 billion or $191,3 million, as a result of the actions of the Russian occupiers. The housing stock was the most affected.
More than 42,000 people lived in Bucha until the war.
The occupation of Bucha by Russian troops lasted more than a month. Fighting continued continuously until the city was liberated on March 31. During this time, 2,512 buildings were damaged in the city, of which 301 were completely or severely destroyed.
Almost half of the 5.08 billion hryvnias of the total amount of damage to the infrastructure is caused to the housing stock – 2.4 billion hryvnias, the destruction of multi-apartment buildings brought losses of – 1.6 billion hryvnias and almost 679 million hryvnias – private houses.
In total, 861 private houses, 122 multi-apartment buildings and 875 commercial buildings were destroyed and damaged in Bucha. The total area of affected residential buildings is more than 1 million m2.
Damages caused to the city’s social infrastructure amount to over UAH 2 billion. The largest losses from this amount were caused to commercial facilities – UAH 1.8 billion, and educational facilities – UAH 152.4 million.