All life support systems in Chechnya to be restored by late 2003

from Government of the Russian Federation
Published on 19 Mar 2003
There are plans to restore life support systems in Chechnya by late 2003, Mikhail Falileyev, acting head of the Directorate for Construction and Restoration in the Chechen Republic, told RIA Novosti adding that this was a priority for the directorate.
In March-April, two water-pumping stations with a capacity of 89 cu m and 80 cu m a day will be commissioned in Grozny to supply water to 50% of the local residents, Falileyev said. He indicated that the directorate intended to restore heating, water, power and gas supplies in Chechnya's capital. (RIA Novosti )


This year it is planned to build 2,000 individual and 30 municipal dwelling houses in the capital of Chechnya, Grozny, acting General Director of the Directorate of Construction and Rehabilitation in the Chechen Republic Mikhail Falileyev said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

The restoration of the social, educational and medical institutions will continue in the city. In particular, the republic's first prosthesis-orthopedical centre will open in Grozny already this week.

All in all, according to Falileyev's data, it is planned to restore and build 73 medical and 60 educational institutions in Chechnya this year. According to him, 35 million roubles have been allocated for the restoration of social facilities.

Furthermore, a building materials combine will soon start working in Grozny. "It will have substantial impact on the rate of the rehabilitation work", Falileyev stressed. June 2003 will see the opening of one more important object of the construction industry - a quarry directorate which will supply the construction projects of the city and of the nearby districts with sand, he said. (RIA Novosti )

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