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Saturday, 26 May 2012

PM Gets Acquainted With Large-Scale Construction Works At Mush-2 Residential District Of Gymri

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan visited Mush-2 residential district of Gyumri to get acquainted with the ongoing large-scale construction works.

The Prime Minister first got acquainted with construction work underway at the road section connecting the Boulevard Street with Mush-2 district to the cost of AMD 500mn. An alley is being built next to the road which is 2.5 km long and 7 sq meter wide

Then Tigran Sargsyan visited the construction site of a new school for 1080 pupils at Mush-2. The project has a total cost of AMD 2,12bn. The two 3-storey school is due to be completed by August 10, 2012. It will consist of four buildings. A boiler house is being built to ensure central heating. The adjacent area will be landscaped.

The Prime Minister also got acquainted with the quality of works under construction in the Mush-2 district. 585 apartments out of a total of 1756 are being completed, 464 of which have two bedrooms, and the rest three bedrooms. May 25 this year, has already been allocated by drawing of lots. The remaining 1174 apartments, 528 of them - two-bedroom, 646 - one-room, will be distributed no later than this July.

The residents of Gyumri thanked the government for solving their housing problems. Tigran Sargsyan said in a brief interview with reporters that upon completion of some technical work the apartments will be ready for commissioning.

It is expected that the outstanding housing problems of 420 families will be solved through additional allocation of apartments later this year.

Some 1056 apartments we commissioned in 2010, including 22 apartment buildings, 1035 of which were distributed by lottery among earthquake-hit families. 15 apartments were provided to other social groups.

November 2020