On Monday, February 2, in the framework of the
working trip to Zaporizhia Prime Minister of Ukraine
Arseniy Yatsenyuk together with German Ambassador Dr. Christof
Weil visited a modular camp for internally displaced persons.
The Head of the
Government examined the readiness of the camp to shelter the IDPs.
In an interview with
journalists, he noted that the modular camp had been connected to the
engineering networks, "After beautification of the territory the people will
be able to move in".
Arseniy Yatsenyuk informed
that this is one of the seven modular camps for the internally displaced
persons, "which were erected with support of the Federal Government of
Germany and personally Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel".
In general these camps
will provide enough area to accommodate about 4 thousand people.
The Prime Minister
stressed that presently there had been registered about 1 million of internally
displaced residents: "The fact that we have launched, including on support
of our international partners, construction of such temporary accommodation facilities
is an important step in providing people with housing."
Yatsenyuk informed that at today’s meeting of the State Commission on Emergency
Situation in Zaporizhia he would instruct to carry an
inventory “of the unfinished shelter, all the hostels, all real estate objects
along the country with over 80% readiness”, “In the aftermath, to find funding
from the State Budget and finish such housing to accommodate on constant basis
those people who moved out because of Russian terrorists”.