Putin talked with residents of Mariupol who received new housing
Vladimir Putin during a visit to Mariupol learned about the restoration of the city and talked with local residents who received new apartments. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
“I didn’t even expect! Can I at least say hello to you?” a resident of the city asked the President.
In response, the Russian leader emphasized that we should start getting to know each other better.
Residents of Mariupol told Putin that they were already living in new apartments and thanked the head of Russia. They noted that they are satisfied with the housing.
“This is a small piece of paradise we have here. We didn’t even believe that we would get it this year,” added a resident of the city.
In turn, the country’s president promised to expand housing.
“Thank you for the victory. Hold on, God bless, health, happiness. We are praying for you. We waited. We waited a lot,” another woman said.
Putin was also able to inspect the new house and the playground.
The Russian President made a working trip to Mariupol, during which he spoke with residents in the Nevsky microdistrict. The head of Russia inspected the coastline of the city in the area of the yacht club and learned about the progress of construction and restoration work in Mariupol and its environs.
Before Marat Khusnullin told Vladimir Putin that the residents of Mariupol began to actively return to the city. He noted that public transport has already been launched there, and by the summer of 2023 it is planned to open the first tram line.