CONCEPTUAL CONTENT OF INFRASTRUCTURAL SUPPORT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF POST-CONFLICT TERRITORIES OF LUHANSK REGION IN THE WAR CONFLICT AND PANDEMIC CONDITIONS

Authors

  • V. Ustymenko State Institution V.K. Mamutov
  • N. Pashyna Mariupol State University
  • K. Sieriebriak East Ukrainian National University named after V. Dahl
  • S. Hrechana National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • D. Zablodska National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Keywords:

infrastructure, development, post-conflict territories, objects, indicators, international warfare, pandemia, Luhansk region, Ukraine.

Abstract

The article examines the state of infrastructure for the development of the territories of Luhansk region, which are controlled by the Government of Ukraine, in order to create appropriate conditions for effective management of their development and counteract the negative impact of the pandemic. The main types of infrastructure that ensure the development of post-conflict areas have been identified and studied: industrial, housing and communal, social, transport, agricultural and energy. The structure of industrial infrastructure of Luhansk region is revealed. An overall assessment of the economic and social components of the region's infrastructure is given and it is determined that the infrastructure is in an unsatisfactory condition, which cannot provide a sufficient pace of its development. The article proposes the development of the concept of socio-economic development of post-conflict territories in the conditions of international warfare and  COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published

2021-05-12

How to Cite

Ustymenko , V., Pashyna , N., Sieriebriak , K., Hrechana , S., & Zablodska, D. (2021). CONCEPTUAL CONTENT OF INFRASTRUCTURAL SUPPORT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF POST-CONFLICT TERRITORIES OF LUHANSK REGION IN THE WAR CONFLICT AND PANDEMIC CONDITIONS . Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, 43(1), 66–76. Retrieved from https://ejournals.vdu.lt/index.php/mtsrbid/article/view/2190

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