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29 December 2015, 12:19

224 families receive new apartments in Grozny

The Grozny authorities have moved 556 people out of dilapidated houses into new apartment blocks. Some residents are dissatisfied with the pace of resettlement and the conditions of provision of new housing.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that in September the spokesman of the Ministry of Housing and Utilities of Chechnya said that until the end of 2015, within the republic's programme of resettling tenants from emergency and dilapidated houses, apartments would be provided to 550 members of 218 families living in Grozny, settlement of Goragorsk and village of Alkhan-Yurt. By the end of 2016, as he said, new housing should be provided to 1097 residents, including 226 persons in Grozny, 736 – in the Nadterechny Municipal Formation, and 32 – in the Urus-Martan District.

A source from the Grozny Mayoralty said that on December 28, a solemn ceremony of commissioning three seven-storey blocks of flats in the Oktiabrsky District of the city took place. Apartments were granted to 224 families, who had lived in 30 emergency houses.

According to his story, the programme of resettling townspeople from emergency housing in Grozny has been fulfilled by 70%.

The above Ministry of Housing and Utilities of Chechnya said that this year the housing facilities were provided in 1409 residents of the republic.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

Source: CK correspondent

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