The city plans to build an embankment and a hospital, and the center will be restored in compliance with the requirements for preserving the historical value of buildings, the Deputy Prime Minister promised. Khusnullin called the preparation for winter
Russia plans to build additional parks in Mariupol, an embankment, as well as— on behalf of the President— “the most modern hospital”. Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin spoke about this in an interview with RBC TV.
“We have inspected the entire transport infrastructure, making it newer, more modern. We make transport hubs. We plan to use the railway as public transport, & mdash; he said. All buildings in the city center that were not destroyed will be restored “according to the requirements to preserve the historical value of these objects,” Khusnullin assured.
“The number one task” in the process of recovery, the deputy head of government called preparations for winter. “And in the same way we are now going along Severodonetsk, along Lisichansk,” — he added.
See the full version of Khusnullin's interview on RBC on Monday.
On July 29, Putin received Khusnullin in Novo-Ogaryovo, the Deputy Prime Minister reported to the head of state on the plans and ongoing work to restore Mariupol and other cities in the Donbass. “Everything that we can restore, we will restore everything. Everything that we cannot restore, we will build, & mdash; Khusnullin promised.
Putin supported his idea of issuing housing certificates to residents of the DNR and LNR for the purchase of housing in any locality of the republic in case they do not want to wait for the restoration of houses destroyed during the hostilities. Khusnullin also proposed to allocate 6,000 rubles each. per sq. m for the renovation of apartments or private houses to everyone who decides to renovate housing.
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At the end of June, the chairman of the Public Chamber of the DPR, Alexander Kofman, said that the restoration of Mariupol would take three to five years. According to the head of the republic, Denis Pushilin, more than 60% of the houses in the city are subject to demolition. Putin said in July that Russia would participate in the restoration of the DPR and LPR for “good months and years.” Russian regions over the regions of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics. According to RBC estimates at the beginning of July, more than 30 Russian regions agreed to help restore the affected areas of the DPR and LPR. A special department was created in the Ministry of Construction of Russia “for the implementation of a special infrastructure project, which will be engaged in the restoration of” liberated territories “; republics.
On July 24, Khusnullin announced the development of a master plan for the restoration of cities in the Severodonetsk agglomeration in the LPR, by analogy with Mariupol.
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