Ukrainian recovery plan includes repair, construction of over 50,000 km of roads
MOSCOW. July 5 (Interfax) - Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov has presented to international partners and business representatives a plan for the reconstruction of Ukraine's infrastructure.
The document identifies strategic goals for infrastructure restoration, integration of the Ukrainian transport network into the European Union one and harmonization of legal and organizational aspects of the operation of Ukraine's transport sector, the Ukrainian media reported on Tuesday, citing the press service for the Infrastructure Ministry.
According to the ministry, in particular, it provides for the restoration and new construction of 51,200 kilometers of roads, construction of over 1,400 bridges (taking into account NATO standards), purchase, repair and upgrade of over 7,000 pieces of railway rolling stock, reconstruction/construction of five new airports, and retrofitting of three ports on the Danube River.