Chernobyl: EBRD says it will need at least €100 million to repair the damage caused by Russia

Chernobyl: EBRD says it will need at least €100 million to repair the damage caused by Russia

May 18, 2022

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is calling on international donors to help repair the damage to the Chernobyl nuclear plant caused by Russia’s reckless actions.

The bank, which has been at the forefront of efforts to rebuild Chernobyl, says it will need at least €100 million to do so.

“Russia’s military occupation of Chernobyl has thrown into uncertainty decades of international cooperation in helping make safe the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident,” says the EBRD.

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