During the British-Ukrainian infrastructure summit, a group of specialists was formed whose task is to rebuild the city of Kyiv and the Kyiv region after the war. The parties signed a memorandum on the infrastructural restoration of Ukraine.
Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov spoke about the digital infrastructure restoration management system: an open electronic portal where every Ukrainian can find information about damage, percentage of restoration, contractor, public procurement, etc.
International trade Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan said that UK businesses will take part in the restoration of civilian infrastructure: schools, hospitals, and transport systems. All work will be carried out in a modern way of energy efficiency, sustainability, and safety.
"Our world-class infrastructure and energy companies, as well as businesses in the transport, healthcare, and agricultural sectors, can not only provide immediate humanitarian assistance but also play a role in Ukraine's long-term recovery. Together we can help Ukraine become better, stronger, and greener," Anne-Marie Trevelyan.
Manuela Gatto, head of Zaha Hadid Architects, added: "By working with the country's local talent to redevelop it, we hope to continue to create architecture for the people of Ukraine that sets new standards for innovation, sustainability, and efficiency."