Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the total damage to Ukrainian infrastructure from February 24 to the end of December 2022 has risen to nearly $138 billion.
Until last December, the Russian invasion of Ukraine caused more than 149,000 residential buildings to be damaged or destroyed, with losses amounting to $54 billion, according to what was published by Emine Dzibar, Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine caused losses to the country’s infrastructure, estimated at $35.6 billion.
Ukraine lost $13 billion in corporate and industrial assets, and the education sector suffered $8.6 billion in losses.
The Ukrainian energy sector suffered losses estimated at $6.8 billion, and the agriculture and land resources sector lost $6.6 billion.
The transport sector in Ukraine suffered losses estimated at $2.9 billion, the trade sector suffered losses of $2.4 billion, and the services sector lost an estimated $2.3 billion.
Because of the Russian invasion of the country, the culture, tourism and sports sectors suffered losses of $2.2 billion, and the healthcare sector lost an estimated $1.7 billion.-
Ukraine lost administrative buildings worth $800 million, the electronic communications sector suffered losses of $600 million, and the social sector recorded losses of $200 million.--
As for the Ukrainian financial sector, it recorded losses amounting to $100 million, while the environmental sector recorded losses estimated at $14 billion.
The battles left 180,000 dead or wounded among the Russian army and 100,000 on the Ukrainian side, in addition to killing 30,000 civilians, according to estimates published by the Norwegian Chief of Staff on Sunday.
“The losses among the Russian forces are close to 180,000 dead or wounded,” said the Norwegian Chief of Staff, Erik Christophersen, in an interview with TV2.
The Norwegian general added that “Ukrainian losses probably exceeded 100,000 killed or wounded. In addition, about 30,000 civilians were killed in this terrible war.”
Russia and Ukraine have not provided any reliable figures on their losses for months, according to “Agence France Presse”.
And in November, the US Chief of Staff, Mark Milley, said that the Russian army had suffered losses of more than 100,000 soldiers killed or wounded, with a similar outcome “probably” on the Ukrainian side.