As part of the «eVіdnovlennya» program, Ukraine paid compensation for damaged property for more than 16,000 applications of Ukrainians in the amount of 1.4 billion UAH.
This was announced by the head of the parliamentary committee on the organization of state power, local self-government, regional development and urban planning, Olena Shulyak.
As of October 11, Ukrainians submitted 50,300 applications for compensation for damaged property within the framework of the «eVіdnovlennya» program. This is 19% more than a month later. At the same time, more than half – 26,500 applications – have already been processed. Of these, 74% of applications were approved for payment for a total of 1.7 billion UAH – 21% more than two weeks ago. 13% of all submitted applications were denied compensation.
The leading regions in terms of payments for damaged housing are:
Kharkiv region — 460 million UAH;
Kyiv region — 367 million UAH;
Mykolaiv region — 68 million UAH.
These three regions account for more than half of all payments in Ukraine, the message states.
The average check for damaged property decreased to 11,500 UAH from 12,000 UAH at the beginning of September.
As for compensation for destroyed property, the dynamics are also positive – the number of submitted applications has increased by 17% and today already amounts to 4,200 applications, said the leader of the “Sluha Narodu” party.
According to her, the highest percentage of processing of applications for compensation under the «eVіdnovlennya» program for destroyed housing is currently in Kyiv – 74.19% of applications were considered and decisions were made here. Zhytomyr region is in second place – 48% of applications were processed here. In third place is Donetsk with 31.52% of applications.
“At the same time, the most positive decisions on compensation for destroyed housing and, accordingly, formed housing certificates in the Kharkiv region – 56 certificates in the amount of 82 million hryvnias. In second place is the Kyiv region, where 45 certificates were issued for a total amount of 152 million hryvnias. In third place is the Mykolaiv region with 11 housing certificates worth 13 million hryvnias,” concluded Olena Shulyak.