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Ukraine lays out $750bn ‘recovery plan’ for postwar future

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Volodymyr Zelenskiy says process of recovery will allow his country to deepen its links with Europe

The eventual restoration of Ukraine through a $750bn (£620bn) recovery plan is the common task of the entire democratic world, the Ukrainian president said on Monday at the first detailed event to map out a physical future for the country in the event it survives as a western-facing nation after the Russian invasion.

Speaking by video link to a high-level conference in Lugano, Switzerland, attended by many senior Ukrainian politicians, Volodymyr Zelenskiy admitted the task ahead was colossal, claiming the war was a battle of outlooks in which Russia was determined to destroy his country’s physical and moral fabric.

He added the process of recovery being led by a Ukrainian national recovery council would allow his country to deepen its links with Europe.

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