Khusnullin admitted that Azovstal will continue to work
The plant, destroyed after the fighting, was previously going to be liquidated in order to build a park or residential buildings in its place. However, Khusnullin noted that Azovstal is 12,000 jobs * .jpg” alt=”Khusnullin admitted that Azovstal will continue to work” />
Azovstal plant in Mariupol
Mariupol plant “Azovstal” “There is no need to stop,” said on the air of the TV channel “Russia 24” Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin. Earlier, the DPR authorities reported that the plant destroyed during the hostilities would not be restored.
“For us, an important question” what [will happen] to Azovstal. But we are all inclined to believe that Azovstal no need to stop— that's 12,000 employees [at the enterprise]', — Khusnullin said.
Azovstal industrial area after the transfer of Mariupol to the control of the DPR in April, it remained the only territory in the city on which the Ukrainian military was stationed. In mid-May, they began to surrender, and the plant also came under the control of the military of Russia and the DPR.
At the end of May, the head of the republic, Denis Pushilin, said that the plant did not allow Mariupol to become a resort town because of the problems associated with Azovstal. environmental problems, most of the city's residents do not want to restore it, despite the desire to save jobs. Among the objects that could appear on the territory of the plant, Pushilin named a technopark, a park zone, a residential area. The head of the republic noted that all options would be considered “in their final form”, after which the Mariupol residents would make a decision.
Khusnullin said that the authorities see a plan for the development of Mariupol “in the future until 2035” with a population of about 500 thousand. He noted that the master plan is still being developed, it is planned to be published within a month.
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According to the Deputy Prime Minister, by now, almost all the buildings in the city have already been examined, and a decision is made on each , repair it or demolish it. Construction of new facilities is already underway in Mariupol— hospitals and residential buildings, Khusnullin added.
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