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The Ministry of Construction of Russia has agreed to relocate from dilapidated housing in Okha

The Ministry of Construction of Russia has agreed to relocate from dilapidated housing in Okha
Photo: sakhalin.gov.ru

The Russian Ministry of Construction agreed on a program for the resettlement of tenants of dilapidated housing in Okha. It is designed for the period from 2020 to 2024 years.

The program was prepared ahead of schedule in the government of the Sakhalin Region as part of the execution of the president’s order. It concerns houses that were damaged by an earthquake in the Okha region in 1995.

According to the press service of the regional government, before 2024, the region plans to resettle about 162 thousand square meters. meters of emergency housing, in which more than seven thousand people live. For these purposes, you need 15,6 billion rubles: 5,5 billion from the federal budget and 9,1 billion from the regional.

Today, the Okhinsky district is the leader in terms of emergency housing stock in the Sakhalin Oblast. This topic was discussed at a meeting of the State Council in the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum. After that, the president instructed to send a commission to the Okhinsky district to examine the houses.