For example, in the village of Ak-Sai, where the president arrived with an inspection, it turned out that 51 houses are still being worked on. At the same time, only 14 of them began to finish. Walls and roofs are still being erected at other sites. In the village of Kapchygai, where almost all the houses were destroyed, work has not been completed on 75 sites. In Dostuk, 59 houses await a complete restoration. In Min-Oruk – 37.
According to official sources, there is no shortage of materials necessary for reconstruction on the ground. “Every effort is being made to make the houses operational as soon as possible,” says the press service of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic. “Upon completion, all facilities will have adequate infrastructure, including drinking water, public lighting and paved roads.
Sadyr Japarov instructed to speed up the restoration work on the destroyed houses and assured that the victims will soon be provided with comfortable housing, which, in turn, is confirmed by the residents of Batken who have already moved into new houses. Border villages, he said, will be provided with clean drinking water and their infrastructure will be improved. The funds for this are allocated from the Republican budget.
According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic, 640 residential buildings were damaged as a result of the border conflict in the Batken region. 430 proved uninhabitable, 210 required repairs. Dozens of infrastructure facilities were damaged or destroyed, including schools, kindergartens, feldsher obstetrics stations.