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Deputy Prime Minister of Russia will check large construction projects in Buryatia

Deputy Prime Minister of Russia will check large construction projects in Buryatia
Photo: press service of the government of Buryatia

Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Marat Khusnullin arrived on a working visit to Buryatia on July 17. He will examine the progress of construction of large construction projects in the capital of the republic.

According to the press service of the government of Buryatia, the first thing the Deputy Prime Minister will do is visit the construction site, where the complex development of the southwestern and southeastern parts of Ulan-Ude is underway. About 2,3 billion rubles will be allocated from the federal budget for the development of the south-western part of the republic's capital.

Within the framework of the Pure Water project, water supply networks and heating pipelines have been reconstructed in this territory. Also, roads were repaired, a school and kindergartens were built.

Marat Khusnullin will also inspect a project for the reconstruction of engineering networks in the historical part of Ulan-Ude worth 1,6 billion rubles. With the completion of all modernization of networks in the city center, it will be possible to begin construction. The potential volume is 184,6 thousand square meters, of which about 148,6 thousand square meters of housing. The construction of the National Museum and the National Baikal Theater is also planned.

During the trip, the Deputy Prime Minister will also assess the construction of a bridge across the Uda River, inspect the construction of a dam on the Selenga and Uda rivers, in the central part of Ulan-Ude.

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