The war in Ukraine has caused $108 billion in damage to the country's infrastructure according to a study.
The researchers at the Kyiv School of Economics collaborated with several Ukrainian ministries to conduct an analysis of the damage done by the war.
According to the New York Times, at least 140,000 residential buildings have been damaged or destroyed in the war.
The war has damaged apartment buildings and private homes.
The total amount of damage to transportation infrastructure was $32 billion.
A total of $188 billion. Researchers estimated how much repairs would cost.
More than 8 million people have been displaced by the war in Ukraine, according to the United Nations.
According to estimates from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russia's invasion of Ukraine cost the country $600 billion. Russian missile strikes have destroyed a lot of Ukrainian infrastructure. The U.S. and Europe have given billions of dollars in aid to the country. Over 7 billion dollars in U.S. aid has been given to Ukraine by the Biden administration. Zelensky urged the international community to help rebuild the country after the war ends.
A study suggests that the cost of Russia's invasion is $600 billion.
The cost of rebuilding will be $750 billion. The New York Times is a daily newspaper in the United States.