The construction of 180 apartment house for those, who were deported by Stalin regime in 1944, will be finished till the end of 2014.
Head of State Committee for Interethnic Affairs and Deported Citizens Zaur Smirmov announced this during a press conference in Simferopol.
“The construction will be finished till the end of the year and people will finally get the keys of long-awaited apartments”
Smirnov also noted that there several cottage houses being built in Timofeyevka village of Dzhankoy. They will also come into operation by the end of the year.
May 10, 2014, then deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Lenur Islyamov had solemnly given keys of 34 apartments at 180 apartment house at Fontany district of Simferopol.
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