Region • 22 July, 2019

Restoration work covered about 5,000 homes in Arys

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It is reported by the press service of PM.

To date, 1,875 houses have been restored in Arys.

According to the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, today there are 7,324 workers in the 17 sectors into which the city was divided. They have already started the restoration and construction of 4,804 private houses and high-rise buildings.

Despite the fact that during the day the thermometer in Arys does not fall below 45 degrees, the work is being carried out.

“The working day starts at half past five in the morning and lasts until 13:00. Then from 13:00 to 16:00 the builders have a break. We give rest to people, because it is impossible to walk under the scorching sun. And from half past four until the end of daylight hours builders continue to work. There is no other way,” said the First Vice Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Kairbek Uskenbayev.

Recall that the first vice minister is in Arys from the first days of emergency. The specialists of the ministry are monitoring the progress of construction. All regions of the country and cities of republican significance are taking part in the restoration of the city.

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