Governor Alexander Beglov said that St. Petersburg is restoring 37 infrastructure and housing facilities in Mariupol. Construction and installation work at 25 of them is planned to be completed by the end of the year, eight facilities have already been put into operation. About it report on the Smolny website.
According to Beglov, almost 2,000 people and more than 30 pieces of equipment work at these facilities.
Petersburg specialists examined 28 buildings in the historical center of Mariupol. 16 of them require major repairs, seven more require additional instrumental examination, the Smolny press service reports.
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