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6 May 2017

Plans to build social housing in Baranovichi, Pinsk, Zhabinka with Chinese technical assistance

BREST, 6 May (BelTA) – Plans have been made to build apartment buildings in three cities of Brest Oblast as part of the second stage of the social housing construction project implemented in Belarus with the help of Chinese technical assistance, Vasily Kovalchuk, deputy director of the regional division for major construction works, told BelTA.

Four blocks of flats with 80 apartments in each building were erected in the region during the first stage of the project: two in Brest and two in Pinsk. They have already been commissioned. The local government authorities are compiling lists of residents. Brest City Hall has issued a permission to occupy the apartments. Another 184 apartments will be built in Brest Oblast with the use of Chinese technical assistance as part of the second stage of the project. A social housing unit with 40 apartments will be erected in Zhabinka. New houses in Baranovichi and Pinsk will accommodate 81 and 63 families respectively. “The design documents are ready, and the construction sites have been chosen. Once the financing is provided, we will choose the general contractor to implement the project,” Vasily Kovalchuk said.

The Belarusian specialists are considering details of further cooperation with Chinese partners. The Architecture and Construction Ministry and the Economy Ministry instructed Brest Oblast representatives to prepare documentation for the third stage of the cooperation project. “Plans have been made to build two blocks of flats in the region, one with 90 apartments in Stolin and another with 80 flats in Baranovichi. We are to submit design documents to the Chinese side in June,” Vasily Kovalchuk noted.

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