Putin supported the idea of issuing housing certificates to residents of Donbass
Putin agreed with Khusnullin, who proposed to give certificates for housing to residents of Donbass. The initiative was voiced by Marat Khusnullin. He noted that Russia is drawing up a plan to restore destroyed houses in the DPR and suggested issuing certificates for the purchase of housing to those who do not want to wait for the completion of construction< source srcset="https://s0.rbk.ru/v6_top_pics/resized/1200xH/media/img/7/38/756590946007387.webp 1200w" type="image/webp" media="(min-resolution: 192dpi) " >
President Vladimir Putin supported the idea of Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin to issue housing certificates to residents of the DPR and LPR if they do not want to wait for the restoration of their houses destroyed during the hostilities. This was discussed at a meeting between the President and the Deputy Prime Minister, the transcript of which was published on the Kremlin website.
Khusnullin reported on plans to restore destroyed housing in the Donbass. According to him, specialists of the Ministry of Construction draw up a schedule of repair and restoration work. “Everything that we can restore, we will restore everything. Everything that we cannot restore, we will build, & mdash; he explained (quote from the Kremlin website).
“To those people who do not want to wait today, we offer and ask you to agree on the option of paying a housing certificate with the opportunity to buy them a house on territory of the Donetsk Republic in any settlement, & mdash; Khusnullin continued.— This, too, I think, will be in demand.
He also voiced proposals for the repair of damaged buildings: to allocate 6 thousand rubles. for repairs inside apartments or private houses to anyone who decides to renovate their housing.
«Let's do it. But this should concern not only the Donetsk Republic, but also, say, the Luhansk Republic— where it is in demand, and where people are waiting for it,— Putin reacted.
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He also stressed that residents of the DPR and LPR should to spend this winter in “normal, human conditions.” According to Putin, the leadership of both republics asked Russia to help with the restoration of housing, social and engineering infrastructure. The President instructed Khusnullin to be in contact with the DPR and LPR on this issue.
In the spring, the Ministry of Construction began to estimate the costs required to restore the infrastructure of Donbass. A separate department has also appeared in the ministry, which, among other things, will be engaged in restoration construction in the republics.
The authorities of the DPR and LPR, for their part, are also assessing the destruction of infrastructure. So, in early April, the pro-Russian head of the administration of Mariupol, Konstantin Ivashchenko, claimed that 60 & ndash; 70% of the housing stock in the city was damaged, 15 & ndash; 20% could not be restored.
The LPR launched a state program to restore residential buildings for 2022&ndash ;2024 years. By the end of this year, it is planned to restore 204 private houses. Most of the objects to be restored are located in Luhansk.
Putin noted last week that the “putting in order” LNR and DNR may take “months and years”.
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