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Damage to Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused $108.3 billion in damage to the country’s infrastructure, according to a study from Kyiv School of Economics released the same day Ukraine’s defense ministry estimated the war has left 3.5 million people homeless.

Russia’s war in Ukraine has damaged or destroyed 105,200 cars, 43,700 agricultural machines, 764 kindergartens, 1,991 shops and 634 cultural facilities, according to the researchers at the Kyiv School of Economics, who worked with several Ukrainian ministries to conduct the analysis.

Ukraine’s defense ministry estimated Tuesday the war had damaged at least 140,000 residential buildings, according to the New York Times, while the Kyiv School of Economics estimated 114,700 private homes have been damaged or destroyed.

The war has caused $47.7 billion of damage to apartment buildings and private homes, according to the study.

Damages to transportation infrastructure, including roads and airports, meanwhile, amounted to $31.6 billion.