Minregion informs that on June 1, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki together with Oleksii Chernyshov, Ukrainian Minister for Communities and Territories Development, opened the first modular camp for internally displaced people in Borodianka, Kyiv Region.
The modular camp is made of 4 blocks each consisting of 40 modules and can accommodate 352 persons. There are living and sanitary modules (shower/toilet), laundries, dining rooms, playing and administrative modules. The camp has lighting and heating and is fully furnished. Just as the camps previously located in Lviv, this one was provided by the Polish Government free of charge, including delivery, assembly, and furniture.
Photos courtesy Minregion.
To recap: as part of international cooperation, the Interstate Consultants Engineers Guild established collaboration with the Polish Consulting Engineers and Experts Association (SIDIR), which is aimed at combating tough challenges and tasks faced by the engineering community under the Russian aggression.