A modular town will open in Borodyanka, Kyiv region, for residents who lost their homes as a result of a full-scale Russian invasion.
This was announced by the head of the regional military administration Alexander Pavlyuk.
“In Borodyanka, a modular temporary town will soon be opened for residents who lost their homes as a result of Russian aggression. The modular town will consist of 4 complexes. Each of them includes 22 accommodation modules, as well as a kitchen, shower, toilet and other necessary living quarters. Work is underway to collect the modules. The temporary town will be located on the territory of the local stadium. All 4 complexes are planned to be installed on May 16, “the statement reads.
It is noted that “the structures that make up the temporary town, Borodyanka received as assistance from the Polish government.”
Also, the possibility of establishing modular towns in other settlements affected by the occupiers is being considered.
Many Kyiv residents have lost their homes as a result of brutal attacks by invaders. Therefore, our key task is to provide people with temporary housing. Modular towns are the best option while the issue of buying or building new homes is being resolved. We will be able to implement similar projects who suffered from the occupiers. We are now considering this possibility,” he said.