Source Pravda.Ru

Group of governmental buildings to be restored in Chechnya

The group of governmental buildings is certain to be restored, Russian Minister on Chechen Affairs Stanislav Ilyasov said on Monday.

According to him, by the end of the day a special governmental commission is due to report the final estimate. He said that money for the reconstruction would be allocated from the federal budget.

On Friday, November 27, two explosives-stuffed lorries knocked off the fence of the Chechen Government's building and exploded on the premises. According to the Emergency Situations Ministry three buildings were damaged: the Government's House, a contiguous administrative building and a governmental hotel.

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