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American Journalist Amazed by Mariupol’s New Homes

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Moscow, July 2 – American journalist Jackson Hinkle was impressed Twitter New residential quarters in Mariupol.
A video began to circulate on the Internet, in which a local resident was shown an apartment in a new apartment complex and could not contain his joy.

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Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khosnullin announced plans to introduce 500,000 square meters of housing in Mariupol.
Big construction site: new residential areas in Mariupol

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Mariupol is now the main construction site in the country.

Children play in the playground near one of the apartment buildings on Irtyshkaya Street in Mariupol

Mariupol is now the main construction site in the country.

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More than 38 thousand construction workers from different regions work almost around the clock in the city.

View of a residential building on Shevchenko Street in Mariupol

More than 38 thousand construction workers from different regions work almost around the clock in the city.

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Literally on every street there is road equipment and cranes.

Children play in the playground near one of the apartment buildings on Irtyshkaya Street in Mariupol

Literally on every street there is road equipment and cranes.

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People whose homes were destroyed as a result of the fighting receive keys and celebrate housewarmings.

A woman near a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol

People whose homes were destroyed as a result of the fighting receive keys and celebrate housewarmings.

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Families are settling into new apartments.

Light in the windows of a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol

Families are settling into new apartments.

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More than 30 apartment buildings have been constructed in the city, and another 60 are scheduled to be built by the end of 2023.

View of residential buildings in the Zhovtnevy district of Mariupol

More than 30 apartment buildings have been constructed in the city, and another 60 are scheduled to be built by the end of 2023.

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An overhaul of 1,500 homes is planned.

Curtains in the windows of a residential building on Artema Street in the Zhovtnevy district of Mariupol

An overhaul of 1,500 homes is planned.

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Everything is being done to ensure that residents can meet the 2023-2024 heating season in comfortable apartments.

View of residential buildings on Semenenko Street in Mariupol

Everything is being done to ensure that residents can meet the 2023-2024 heating season in comfortable apartments.

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Entrances of a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.

View of the entrances of a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol

Entrances of a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.

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In addition to residential buildings, schools and kindergartens are being built.

Children play in the playground near one of the apartment buildings on Irtyshkaya Street in Mariupol

In addition to residential buildings, schools and kindergartens are being built.

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Mariupol is scheduled to be restored within three years.

View of residential buildings on Irtyshkaya Street in Mariupol

Mariupol is scheduled to be restored within three years.

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The Ukrainian army inflicted severe damage on the housing stock in the city as they retreated.

View of the entrances of residential buildings on Shevchenko Street in Mariupol

The Ukrainian army inflicted severe damage on the housing stock in the city as they retreated.

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Local authorities have received more than ten thousand housing applications from citizens.

View of a residential building on Chernomorskaya Street in the Primorsky district of Mariupol

Local authorities have received more than ten thousand housing applications from citizens.

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© the News Agency / Alexander Sukhov | go to mediabankView of residential buildings in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.

View of residential buildings in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol

View of residential buildings in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.
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Mariupol is now the main construction site in the country.

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More than 38 thousand construction workers from different regions work almost around the clock in the city.

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Literally on every street there is road equipment and cranes.

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People whose homes were destroyed as a result of the fighting receive keys and celebrate housewarmings.

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Families are settling into new apartments.

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More than 30 apartment buildings have been constructed in the city, and another 60 are scheduled to be built by the end of 2023.

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An overhaul is planned for 1,500 homes.

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Everything is being done to ensure that residents can meet the 2023-2024 heating season in comfortable apartments.

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Entrances of a residential building in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.

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In addition to residential buildings, schools and kindergartens are being built.

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Mariupol is scheduled to be restored within three years.

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The Ukrainian army inflicted severe damage on the housing stock in the city as they retreated.

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Local authorities have received more than ten thousand housing applications from citizens.

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View of residential buildings in the Oktyabrsky district of Mariupol.
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