The Russian authorities have developed a plan for the complete restoration of Mariupol in three years, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin said at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"Vladimir Vladimirovich, I would like to consult with you and would like to offer you this concept - a master plan for the development of Mariupol. Within three years we can completely restore the city," he said.
He clarified the main provisions of the document.
“Among the new things, we have somewhat changed the boundaries of the plan, we propose to include an airport in it. We are now starting to restore it. We will make a completely new transport infrastructure, and we want to use the railway and restore all tram traffic. We plan to make a new transport interchange a hub where there will be a railway station, a port and tram lines," Khusnullin said.
In 2022, it is planned to restore 90 social facilities.
“We looked at the possibility of what will happen to the fate of Azovstal, we are discussing this issue a lot with the residents, we see that it is still possible to save some jobs there without restoring harmful production,” Khusnullin said.
The Deputy Prime Minister specified that there are 40 million tons of waste on the territory of the plant, and it needs to be cleaned up.
"There should be no Russian who goes to sleep without wondering if they're going to get their throat slit in the middle of the night,” Milley said