The first office of the "Mariupol Reborn" project will be opened in Lviv
On June 28, at 13:30, as part of the Lviv Urban Forum program of events, the first of three project offices of Mariupol Reborn, a platform responsible for strategic and architectural modeling of the reconstruction of Mariupol, will be opened.
During the event, the mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, will present the Plan for the Revitalization of Mariupol after the de-occupation.
The event will be attended by Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi.
Leading international architects, urbanists, urban design experts, donors and representatives of municipalities will also join the event.
Location: Lviv, 6 Ferenc Lista Street.
Mariupol Reborn is the largest urban revitalization project in Europe since the Second World War. The project is being implemented on behalf of Pavlo Kyrylenko, the head of the Donetsk Regional Administration, and with the support of the EBRD, the World Bank, the USAID Economic Support for Ukraine Project, and SCM. They have joined forces to rebuild Mariupol using modern practices, the latest technologies and best practices. They are already working on a concrete action plan to start rebuilding quickly and efficiently after de-occupation.
The Mariupol Reborn plan was supported by the municipalities of Lviv, Vilnius, Gdansk, and Utrecht. Partners from Japan, Poland, and the United States are also ready to cooperate. In particular, Lviv has expressed its readiness to assist Mariupol, a sister city, in the future revival of Ukrainian Mariupol and helped launch the first Mariupol Reborn project office.