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Kazakhstan|politics|August 19, 2019 / 09:33 AM
PM Mamin checks restoration in Arys and construction of facilities in Turkestan

AKIPRESS.COM - Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin inspected the restoration of the residential sector, educational and health facilities in Arys, as well as the construction of administrative, historical, cultural, and social buildings in Turkestan, the press service of the PM reported.

In total, there are 8,637 houses in Arys; repairs were needed in 7,166. Currently, 97.4% of the work has been completed. Today, 433 houses are being rebuilt anew. There are 163 construction companies, more than 6 thousand workers and 286 construction equipments involved in the work.

During the inspection of urban small and medium-sized enterprises, the PM was informed that out of 536 business entities, 509 needed restoration. Currently, 316 business facilities have already begun to operate.

Mamin visited the stadium, hospital, school, where he got acquainted with the progress of repais.

In addition, the Arys-1 railway station, which is a monument of history and architecture of local importance, was examined. On behalf of the president, the Government formed a commission, which included scientists, restorers, historians, representatives of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Akimat of Turkestan Region. According to the conclusion of the commission, the work carried out by the Samruk-Kazyna Fund to restore the Arys station does not violate its historical and architectural value. The prime minister was informed that the restoration of the station will be completed before the end of next week.

In Arys, there are a total of 66 social facilities, of which 62 are subject to major repairs and 4 to complete restoration. Currently, work has been completed at 45 sites.

Mamin also inspected the construction of a new microdistrict in Arys, consisting of 50 residential semi-detached cottages for 100 families, whose houses were completely destroyed.“We need to complete all the work in a timely manner, so that all conditions are created for residents,” Mamin said, instructing to tighten control over the quality of housing construction.


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