The Ukrainian government has gathered the mounting human and economic damages inflicted by the Russia’s war against Ukraine in a publication entitled Kremlin’s Black Book. It is available for downloading in Ukrainian, Russian, English, German, and French.
By early February 2015, 5 086 people have been killed and 10 948 wounded as a result of Russian aggression;
978,482 Ukrainians were registered as internally displaced persons as of February 2, 2015;
1,306 soldiers of the Ukrainian Army died in military actions before January 1, 2015;
The war waged by Russia destroyed 20% of Ukraine’s economic potential;
Ukraine spends $3,8 mn daily to defend itself from Russian aggression;
The estimated value of financial losses due to illegal confiscation of property of more than 4,000 enterprises by the Russian criminals on the Crimean peninsula is about $44,7 mn;
More than 9,215 apartment buildings (12% of all residential structures) were destroyed or severely damaged by February 3, 2015 in Donetsk Oblast;
In 2014, industrial output throughout Ukraine declined 10.7% (4.3% in 2013), including a decline of 31.5% in the Donetsk Oblast and 42% decrease in the Luhansk Oblast;
The losses of Ukrainian iron and steel enterprises in 2014 are estimated at about $1,5bn and of machine building enterprises – at about $380mn.
The documents are available for downloading on the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers’ website.