Rada deputy says that Ukrainian cities live off the legacy of the USSR

Rada deputy Yevgeny Muraev has said that Ukrainian cities now exist due to the infrastructure created in the USSR. He wrote about this on Facebook.

According to him, when you travel to the cities of Ukraine, you get the impression that the country lives in the distant Soviet past.

“And 90% of the country lives in the echo of a period in which now all the great and evocative pride is denied,” Muraev said.

The politician added that in the modern period, many construction projects “took place only in words,” so there is no way to be proud of what was built recently.

He also stressed that in the near future the profession of a builder in Ukraine will become the most demanded, as the country will have to build and rebuild a lot.

Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov admitted that he yearned for the construction teams of the USSR.