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Ukraine announces $ 750 billion "recovery plan" as Russia focuses on Donetsk

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Ukraine announced on Monday plans for $ 750 billion to rebuild a war-torn country, andPresident Volodymyr Zelensky urged participation in the international community. "The greatest contribution to the maintenance of world peace." 

Zelenskyy saysUkraine's recoveryis not only for Ukrainians, but for democracy around the world. He claimed that it was essential for maintenance. 

"Reconstruction of Ukraine is not a regional project, not a project of one country, but a common task of the whole democratic world. It can be said that all countries are civilized. All nations, "He said at the Ukraine Reconstruction Conference in Switzerland." Restoring Ukraine restores the principles of life, restores the space of life, restores everything that makes humans human. It means to do. ”

The reconstruction of Ukraine is because Kieu is considering repairing basic infrastructure such as government buildings, hospitals, schools, housing, water and gas pipes." , Has already begun in certain areas where Russian troops have withdrawn. 

In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office on Saturday, June 18, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy attends meeting with military officials as he visits the war-hit Mykolaiv region. 

This photo was provided by the President of Ukraine. At a press conference on Saturday, June 18, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will attend a meeting with military personnel during a visit to the war-damaged Mikolaiu region.  (Ukrainian Presidential Press via AP)

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But even when Ukraine is trying to repair a devastated area abandoned by Russian troops, Moscow continues its deadly campaign in eastern Ukraine. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed victory in the Luhansk region on Monday after more than four months of fierce fighting. 

Russian troops are now aiming tocontrol Donetsk, just south of Luhansk in the Donbas region.

An Ukrainian serviceman looks on after a strike on a warehouse on the outskirts of Lysychansk in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donbas on June 17, 2022, as the Russian-Ukraine war enters its 114th day. 

Ukrainian military personnel after a strike in the warehouse On the 114th day of the Russo-Ukraine War to watch over, on June 17, 2022, in the suburbs of Lysychansik in the Eastern Ukraine region of Donbus.  (Photo by ARIS MESSINIS / AFP via Getty Images)

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April Moscow argued that the goal of a "special military operation" was to "completely control" eastern and southern Ukraine. However, Ukrainian officials believe that Russia, which warned, will make another attempt for Kieu. 

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has presented a $ 750 billion reconstruction plan to meet the country's immediate needs and has made additional plans based on long-term requirements.

Shmyhal said that the main source of funding for the project should come from "Russia and the confiscated assets of the Russian oligarchs." 

"Russian authorities have unleashed this bloody war. They have caused this massive destruction and they should be held accountable for it," Shmyhal said.

Ukrainian police forensic investigators examine an area with burnt Russian military vehicles destroyed during fighting, in the village of Bervytsia, near Brovary, northeast of Kyiv, on Thursday, April 21.

Ukrainian police forensic investigators are Russian troops Investigate the area burned down On Thursday, April 21, a vehicle was destroyed during a battle in the village of Belvisia near Brovary, northeast of Kyiv.(Photo by ALEKSEYFILIPPOV / AFP via Getty Images)

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Valdis Dombrovskis, vice president of the European Union's executive department, uses seized Russian assets because of the criminal law. 

"But I think it is important that it is also Russia's assets that have been directed towards the reconstruction of Ukraine, following the principle of" paying by the invaders "," he added.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

Caitlin McFall is a FoxNews Digital reporter. She can contact her on Twitter at or @ctlnmcfall.