Kyiv says how much temporary housing was provided to residents of buildings damaged by Russian attack on 2 January

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The Solomianskyi district suffered the most during the rocket attack on 2 January.

Out of 31 apartments, 71 residents were offered temporary accommodation in Kyiv dormitories, and ten more are living in the Tercentre branch. On 13 January, Vyacheslav Nepop, deputy head of the Kyiv City State Administration, posted details on Facebook.

He noted that those who suffered the most were provided with all living conditions and hot meals three times a day. One woman, who is bedridden, has been placed in a geriatric nursing home in the capital.

The official stressed that the city is developing other options for temporary relocation. Currently, they are trying to provide housing for everyone who needs it.

Vyacheslav Nepop said that he had met with residents of Solomianskyi district who suffered from the rocket attack on 2 January. In total, 33 houses, 3 schools and 3 kindergartens in the district were damaged over an area of more than 1000 m2.

It was home to 750 people. Of these, 523 applied for financial assistance from the Kyiv authorities.

Russia’s attack on Ukraine on 2 January

On 2 January, Russian troops attacked various regions of Ukraine. During the telethon, Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said that specialists from various agencies had provided assistance to the victims. They helped to eliminate the consequences of the enemy attack and evacuated people and their property in Kharkiv.

A total of 135 people were injured across Ukraine. Of these, 52 were in the capital, and 16 in the Kyiv region.

As a result of the shelling of Kyiv, Lyudmyla Shevtsova, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, was killed. The information about the death of the teacher of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was confirmed on the university’s Facebook page.

In late November, on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital, the terrorist defence fighters shot down a Shahed with an assault rifle. AK-74s were used to eliminate the Russian aerial target.