In the Kharkiv region, the Ukrainian military has liberated 565 settlements. The region is currently home to over 183,000 people, including nearly 19,000 children and over 11,000 people with disabilities.
After the liberation, the main task is to ensure normal life for the residents. To achieve this, we are continuing to restore critical and social infrastructure.
Humanitarian aid has been provided to 100% of the population in the de-occupied territories (DOT). Over 6,000 tons of food and other forms of aid have already been distributed to the residents.
Electricity, gas, and water supply
Electricity is available in 398 settlements. Gas networks are also being repaired as they have been damaged and need to be restored. Centralized water supply has been restored in 107 settlements.
The DOT currently has 160 medical institutions. Recently, the Kharkiv region launched Ukraine’s first mobile pharmacy.
13 bank branches and 43 ATMs reopened.
By the end of January, postal services covered 532 settlements. To increase coverage of de-occupied communities, we are optimizing postal services by replacing stationary post offices with mobile ones.
The Coordination Headquarters for the De-occupied Territories is responsible for the processes related to the DOT. Please remember this.