Putin approves master plan to redevelop Ukraine’s war-torn city of Mariupol

Russian President Vladimir Poutine approved a master plan for the development of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol – a month after ordering the construction of social amenities in the city.

What happened: On Friday, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin presented Putin with a 100-page master plan for the restoration and development of Mariupol, according to the state news agency CASS.

Khusnullin told the media that it would take three years to restore the city under the plan, which includes building and repairing apartment buildings and social infrastructure.

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“I can say that this year we will restore 90% of social infrastructure – kindergartens, schools, hospitals.” He said.

The publication pointed out that Khusnullin drew special attention to the issue of metallurgical plants in Azovstal – one of the largest steel rolling enterprises in Ukraine.

According to him, the plan is to preserve some jobs but not to relaunch dangerous production chains.

“But there are some 40 million tons of waste there. It’s an ecological problem. The territory needs to be cleaned up,” he said, adding that the Ukrainian authorities had done nothing to resolve this. problem.

This happened after Russian authorities in late June began construction of social facilities in Mariupol.

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