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Over 700 applications submitted to International Register of Damage through Diia withinfew days of its launch

The Register was launched on 2 April. 

As of 5 April, Ukrainians have already filed 740 applications to the International Register of Damages for damage and destruction of housing as a result of Russian aggression using the Diia service. 

Most applications were received from Kyiv, Kharkiv and Mykolayiv Regions. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Digital Transformation in response to a request from

The service was launched on 2 April. 

"Since the launch of the Diia service, 740 applications have been submitted so far," the press service said. 

The Ministry of Digital Transformation also reminded that in order to submit an application, one must be the owner of the property registered in the State Register of Property Rights (SRPR) and have a Certificate of Inspection from the local authorities. Subsequently, other owners of destroyed or damaged property, including those whose property is located in the temporarily occupied territories, will be able to apply.

At the first stage, Ukrainians will be able to submit applications through Diia about destroyed or damaged private houses, apartments, country houses and other residential premises.

Later, it will be possible to document forced displacement, damage to life, health, torture, and sexual violence in the International Register of Damage. Later, businesses and the state will be able to file complaints.

The registration of claims for damage and losses from Russian aggression will enable the future commission to consider them and award compensation for payment. 

Submitting claims through Diia to the International Register of Damage is a new important step for future reparations. 

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