Mariupol Reborn is presented at the European Forum of Local Self -Government in Poland
In the Polish city of Poznan, on October 17-18, the European Forum of Local Self-Government is held, at which the mayor of Mariupol Vadim Boychenko presented the project of Mariupol Reborn.
The main goal is to bring a successful experience to Ukraine and to verify with partners to legalize all processes for preparation for the revival of the city after its release from Russian invaders.
For each of the Stages of the Revival Plan, Mariupol Reborn is looking for the best expertise, and each product we create is talking to our international partners. A special role is played by Polish cities, which, unfortunately, already have the experience of large -scale reconstruction. Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan - each of these cities has gone through a difficult Revival path after World War II. Together with Polish colleagues, we speak our work to avoid as many mistakes. The Mariupol Reborn Plan should be a unified algorithm for restoring other victims of Ukrainian communities. Mariupol Reborn is a Road card of revival and returning life
The forum program provides debates, discussions with experts and the search for new solutions for socio-economic development of cities and regions. Participants from all over Europe share experiences, attend master classes, business and informal meetings with colleagues and have other opportunities for exchange of views in the event. Among the main topics is the strengthening of cooperation of local self -government bodies of Ukraine and Poland. Experts discuss topics of overcoming social conflicts, reconciliation within the nation, incentives for the return of young people, legislative decisions before the beginning of great reconstruction, restoration of historical heritage.
Against the support of European colleagues, the team of Mariupol City Council together with partners is already developing a plan for the revival of Mariupol. The first part - the Fast Recovery Plan - is responsible for the rapid restoration of the city's critical infrastructure for the first 18 months after Mariupol's de -occupation. To implement full reconstruction, a team of the best architects from all over the world is already in the process of creating a single vision of Mariupol's spatial development. In turn, Poland has experience in the restoration of cities after World War II, including such important expertise that can be used in the reconstruction process.
Recall that Mariupol Reborn's project is implemented by the Mariupol City Council with the Investment Support of Rinat Akhmetov's SCM and international donors.