A. Turchin: they will continue to improve living conditions in Minsk region, including for young professionals
A. Turchin: they will continue to improve living conditions in Minsk region, including for young professionals

Minsk district will continue to improve living conditions, including for young professionals. This was stated today by the chairman of Minsk Regional Executive Committee Alexander Turchin during the official opening of a hostel for young specialists in the field of education and medical workers of Minsk district in agricultural town Ratomka, BelTA has learned.

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According to Alexander Turchin, the housing issue for each person is one of the key ones in his life, and for the Minsk region this is doubly relevant.

"Teachers' salaries are not the highest and rented housing is very expensive. We just talked to young specialists, and they said that they receive no more than Br1000 per month. Today, about Br300 is spent on renting housing, plus utilities - in fact, 40-50% of wages fees for these purposes. A place in this hostel will cost about Br70. The difference is noticeable. The main thing is that we secure the guys who came from all regions of the country. They said that they plan to stay here. This is the first step for a young specialist who will already have his own corner," said Alexander Turchin.


He noted that the next stage will be rental housing. "This year there is an instruction from the President. We will start building rental housing for doctors in Borovlyany. In addition, we have more than a thousand teachers who are on the waiting list in the Minsk region. In addition to rental housing, we will build housing for those in need, including in Zaslavl "Of course, we will allocate quotas for people working in the social sphere - teachers, doctors, workers of culture and social services. In principle, for little money we have done such a high-quality repair. Such work is taking place in all regions of our region," the chairman emphasized Minsk Regional Executive Committee.

After the solemn presentation of the keys to the newcomers and cutting of the symbolic red ribbon, the guests were given a short tour of the hostel. Alexander Turchin personally spoke with the new tenants, who told him about their work and their impressions of housing.



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