The humanitarian mission of “United Russia” in the Mariupol territory continues, stressed the secretary of the General Council of the party. Together with the deputy of the State Duma of the United Russia, Zurab Makiyev, he presented certificates to the residents of Mariupol, as well as to the directorate of the kindergarten, the school and the city library.
THE CITY RECOVERS AT A SHOCKING PACE
“Today we are launching an important social project,” explained Andrey Turchak. – Volumes of construction of the housing stock, its rehabilitation gains momentum. New residential neighborhoods and apartment buildings are being built. Residents who have already started receiving apartments came to us with the following problem: they cannot move into their assigned apartments because there is no furniture or appliances. Does anyone have the funds for this? And someone, unfortunately, due to understandable circumstances, does not have enough funds for this. Today we are delivering the first certificates. And we will do everything possible to ensure that the cargo (furniture and household appliances – ed.), which appeared today in the United Russia humanitarian center, is constantly updated. And as many apartments as possible were occupied.
He thanked the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, and the government of the capital, the Moscow branch of United Russia for their help in compiling the necessary list of furniture and household appliances.
The secretary of the General Council also recalled that United Russia and Readovka opened heating points in the city.
“Just a few days ago, United Russia launched another mission – these are heating points. Housing is being built fast, a lot of it, but they are still staying at home, to a greater extent this applies to the private sector, which is lagging behind in the recovery. Therefore, the heating points will continue to work. I would like to thank the staff of the Readovka publication, with whom we are implementing this project together”, said Andriy Turchak.
The head of the Mariupol administration, Oleg Morgun, thanked United Russia for helping the people of Mariupol.
“People who were in a difficult life situation received support and survived in the most difficult period of time. Now we see that the city is recovering at a fast pace. Here are a lot of topics from the Russian Federation (they help – ed.). All eight years Russia did not go and help. Thank you very much,” she said.
ATTENTION TO SOCIALLY SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS
For his part, Sergey Ladochkin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Socially Oriented Non-Commercial Organizations for the Development and Implementation of Socially Significant Programs, noted that furniture, household appliances and utensils will be brought in on a regular basis.
“This will help Mariupol residents to live comfortably and safely in new apartments. I am sure that the project of the Association of Socially Oriented Non-Commercial Organizations and United Russia will work, ”he said.
Recall that on January 13, United Russia and Readovka deployed three heating points for Mariupol residents. During the first 10 days of work they were visited by more than 5 thousand people. Every day, on average, up to 200 people go to each heating point. They can warm up and receive psychological care and, in the near future, primary medical care as well. Volunteers of the United Russia Young Guard, as well as volunteers from local residents, help residents of the city. The same points are deployed in some cities of the LPR.
In addition, on January 17, the United Russia Young Guard and the Volunteer Company organized a field kitchen in Mariupol. It was launched on the basis of the MGER volunteer center. Every day, more than 500 residents will be able to get hot meals, tea and sweets.
Since the first day of the special operation, United Russia has been providing comprehensive assistance to the evacuated residents of Donbass, as well as those who remained in the LDNR, in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions. The party’s regional branches have already delivered more than 17,000 tons of humanitarian cargo to new regions.