Per WorldBank, the estimated cost of reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine is $411B.
A new joint assessment released by the Government of Ukraine, the World Bank Group, the European Commission, and the United Nations, estimates that the cost of reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine has grown to US$411 billion (equivalent of €383 billion).
Putin's desire to invade Ukraine was never limited by a business case of taking over Ukrainian territory alone. Has has publicly stated far grander ambitions, and Ukraine is just as stepping along the way. The conditions in which he leaves it is of minor importance to Putin.
This has been covered ad-infimum at the start of this thread.
That's definitely not true.
If Ukrainians had built it once, I'm pretty sure they can build it again. Likely to a better standard this time around.
Not to mention the ~$350B of frozen Russian funds that will go a long way towards reconstruction.
Long-range missiles have been flying since day 1 of Russian invasion.
Ukrainians clearly know what they are fighting for, and are not deterred by Russians missiles.