'Japan will allocate $4 million through the humanitarian organizations for the support and restoration of the ruined infrastructure of Donetsk region at both occupied and controlled by Ukraine territories', Zhebrivsky noted.
He added that the 'Donbas Water' Company will get the armored vehicle for more safe and efficient work in 2018 thank the financial support of Japan.
'Shigeki Sumi, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine announced such plans during our meeting in Kramatorsk', he said.
According to Zhebrivsky, the delegation of the UN Refugee Agency to Ukraine headed by Pablo Mateu, the representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees was also present at the meeting.
'We jointly discussed the recently adopted law on the reintegration of the occupied territories and defined the directions of the joint work in this year. Particularly, I heard the understanding of both, Shigeki Sumi and Pablo Mateu on the necessity to support the projects on the restoration of the ruined residences and water-, gas-supply for the citizens of occupied and controlled by Ukraine territories of Donbas', Zhebrivsky concluded.
Earlier we reported that since the beginning of military activity in Donbas, the region suffered over $463.6 million losses according to the response to an inquiry by Glavkom as to the damaged and ruined objects and overall losses to the military-civilian administrations of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.