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Sakhalin will be allocated about 2 billion rubles for resettlement from emergency housing

Sakhalin will be allocated about 2 billion rubles for resettlement from emergency housing
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At the initiative of the Governor of the Sakhalin Region Valery Limarenko, the Sakhalin Region will allocate 1,99 billion rubles to continue the implementation of the program aimed at resettling the housing stock, which was declared unfit for habitation after January 1, 2017.
 
The Federal Fund for Assistance to Housing and Communal Services Reform supported the initiative of the head of the region and the first funds in the amount of 667,9 million rubles have already been received.
 
“The Sakhalin Region was the first of all the constituent entities of the Russian Federation to take the next step in solving the problem of providing citizens with safe and comfortable living conditions. The early completion of the current resettlement program allowed the island region to begin resettlement of houses recognized as emergency after January 1, 2017, ”stressed Konstantin Tsitsin, General Director of the State Corporation - Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reforms.
 
Thus, in 2021-2026, the keys to comfortable apartments will be received by almost 29 thousand residents of the island region. This year, 50 thousand "squares" of the emergency fund have already been resettled. Housewarming was celebrated by 2,3 thousand people; by the end of this year, 5,8 thousand Sakhalin and Kuril residents will move to comfortable apartments.
 
First Deputy General Director of the Housing and Utilities Fund Oleg Rurin during a press conference at Interfax noted that funds for the new stage of the 2022-2023 program are distributed only between those regions that have completed the current resettlement program, such as the Sakhalin Region.  
 
“Within the framework of this program, since 2019, 233 thousand citizens have been relocated from the emergency housing stock with an area of ​​3,9 million square meters. The targets stipulated by the national project have already been exceeded and the President set a large-scale task - to provide at least 130 thousand people with new housing this year. To date, this task has been completed by 74,6%, in 37 regions they are carrying out program activities at an accelerated pace, of which four constituent entities of the Russian Federation have already fully completed the program activities that have taken place since 2019, one of the first was the Sakhalin Region, "noted Rurin.
 
He said that it is necessary to bring the provided funds into circulation as quickly as possible. The peculiarity of the next year is that it will merge with the Fund for the Protection of the Rights of Citizens Participating in Shared Construction. This entails additional measures aimed at reducing the risks of disrupting the rhythm of the implementation of resettlement programs in the regions.

The government of the Sakhalin region noted that federal funding under the resettlement program next year is planned to be directed to solving the housing issue in the Okha, Kholmsk and Uglegorsk regions. The funds will be used to build housing, as well as to pay the redemption value for the withdrawn living quarters in emergency houses.

“At the federal level, we noted the results of work on the resettlement of Sakhalin and Kuril residents from unsuitable housing. Our region was one of the first in the country to complete the resettlement program for housing recognized as emergency before January 1, 2017, and began to implement a new one. The order to launch it was given by President Vladimir Putin. Thanks to the support of the federal center, next year more than 440 people in Kholmsk, Uglegorsk and Okha will move to comfortable apartments, ”said the head of the region Valery Limarenko.
 
The press service of the government reports that 1,99 billion from the federal budget will be distributed among seven districts of the Sakhalin region. With the help of these funds, more than 1 people will be resettled from the emergency fund.
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