Construction workers rebuilt or repaired more than 1,400 infrastructure facilities in the Lugansk People’s Republic last year including 248 sociocultural facilities, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities reported.
The Ministry has hosted a meeting between its head Irek Faizullin and LPR Acting Head Leonid Pasechnik at which they summed up the work in 2022 and considered plans for further interaction, rebuilding and socio-economic development of the region this year.
“The Construction Ministry, together with Russian regions, agencies and companies carried out extensive work in rebuilding the LPR. Overall, 1,419 facilities were restored, including 248 sociocultural ones,” the press service said.
Construction companies prepared 389 facilities for the heating season in the LPR and restored 320 apartment buildings, the Ministry said.
Pasechnik and Faizullin met in Lugansk in late December to discuss LPR rebuilding.
The Lugansk People’s Republic acceded to Russia on September 30, 2022 following the unification referendum.*i*ie