About one year ago, the Kherson area began to be cleared of occupants. Currently, more than 220 locations in Kherson have been de-occupied. Efforts are in progress to repair essential and community infrastructure in the areas that have been liberated and to provide humanitarian assistance to the population.
The team led by Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk called the Coordination Headquarters for the De-occupied Territories, is responsible for managing these procedures.
International and volunteer groups have given over one and 1,231,935 food help packages and 191,532 hygiene kits to the residents of Kherson region.
Currently, there are 31 places where aid is being provided: 14 of these are in Kherson city, 17 in the communities of the de-occupied part of the region.
Recovery of critical infrastructure:
Gas service was restored in 77 communities. Repairs to damaged gas networks are continuing.
Power was returned to 188 communities.
Water supply was restored to 175 settlements.
Currently, there are 80 medical facilities located in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Mobile service was restored in 62 communities throughout the region.
Institutions providing social and administrative services
Citizens can visit five service centers located in Kherson region, operated by the Main Department of the Pension Fund of Ukraine. The Services Center has started working again in 56 local areas.
After the de-occupation of the right bank of Kherson region, 19 bank branches have resumed work. Additionally, there are 68 ATMs and 51 self-service terminals.
Ukrposhta opened 19 branches and Nova Poshta opened 7 branches in Kherson. They are also in the process of reopening stationery offices in the region’s de-occupied territories.