The Azovstal metallurgical plant in Mariupol, on the territory of which more than 2,000 Ukrainian military personnel and militants of the Azov national formation were blockaded for more than a month, may become a vacation spot in the future. Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Marat Khusnullin wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
The government is currently considering various options. The Azovstal Territory can be turned into an industrial park or a recreation center. But the company will no longer function as a metallurgical complex, Khusnullin said.
The Russian Defense Ministry announced the complete liberation of Mariupol, including the underground facilities of the Azovstal plant, from Ukrainian militants on May 20. The company has been seriously damaged.
In Mariupol, they began to build residential areas. The city’s recovery plan will be approved within a month. Deputy Prime Minister Khusnullin acknowledged that the cost of restoring Mariupol would be quite high.
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