For every damage and destruction caused by Russia's large-scale armed aggression, there is effective reconstruction and renewal of Ukrainian cities and communities. This is a decisive response to the actions of a terrorist country, which is declared and cultivated by the team of the Ukrainian Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving Fund together with the participants of the public initiative – the League of Renewal of Ukraine, ONOVA GIS HUB.
Therefore, we are establishing a dialogue and an effective partnership with the affected communities and regions. Currently, cooperation with the city of Kremenchuk continues in several directions. Humanitarian support, consulting in the field of energy efficiency and energy saving, and development of a clear mechanism for the reconstruction and renewal of the city's critical and public infrastructure.
During the working meeting with the Mayor of Kremenchuk, Vitaly Maletsky, they discussed the current situation and the state of the city's infrastructure facilities, which require modernization and effective renewal, taking into account the needs of the community and modern standards. Currently, the city already has access to ONOVA GIS HUB services and fills in an interactive map of damage and destruction that Kremenchuk suffered as a result of missile attacks and Russian aggression.
With the help of ONOVA GIS HUB, we create a clear structure of future projects, determine priorities for renewal, the needs of the community and the amount of necessary funding that should be attracted for their implementation. Also, in order to speed up each of the stages of infrastructure renewal, together with the city management, we are searching for donors, expanding the circle of League partners, both in Ukraine and in partner countries.
In particular, the head of Kremenchuk, Vitaly Maletsky, plans to join the European Congress of Mayors these days. The event will be held in France and invites the mayors of the Ukrainian cities most affected by enemy attacks and in need of assistance.
Vitaly Maletskyi, Mayor of Kremenchuk
"Ukrainian energy industry cannot survive without European help! Therefore, together with the mayors of the leading Ukrainian cities, we are going to negotiate with our European colleagues about assistance. I hope to find new partners for Kremenchuk. Let me remind you that partners from the Czech Republic and Denmark and other European countries helped us to start the heating season. I believe that with the support of our European friends, we will win on the energy front as well!"
So let's join forces and effectively update Ukraine already today.