11 September 2013, Wednesday, 16:18

This year 650 children-orphans will be provided with habitation in Bashkiria - President RB

author: Elmira Sabirova | photo: Andrey Starostin

Issues of providing children-orphans with habitation in the republic were discussed at the session of Presidium of Bashkortostan Government chaired by the President RB Rustem Khamitov on Wednesday, September 11.

As of the beginning of this year 18 336 children were recognised as children-orphans and children without parental care in the region. Almost 1,5 thousand from them have the right to habitation granting, but did not manage to realise it yet in 2013.

Rustem Khamitov underlined that republican authorities directed considerable financial resources on these purposes annually.

“For the last three years it has been allocated 1 billion 250 million rbl. from the regional budget and 1272 children have received habitation. This year we direct 400 million rbl. more. We expect in addition 93 million rbl. from the federal budget,”  Rustem Khamitov shared with information.

Thus, this year 650 orphans will be able to solve a notorious «housing problem».

Additional measures are taken in Bashkortostan in order to change the situation for the better. Thus, since last year municipalities have invested means not only in acquisition, but also in construction of habitation for children-orphans. According to the President, already this autumn new republican parliament will pass the law «On additional guarantees of rights of children-orphans on habitation repair».

“We focus on increasing housing construction volumes, in particular, on erection of social habitation. Now we create republican and municipal land reserve funds for their further granting under construction of economy class habitation,” Rustem Khamitov marked.

The Deputy Prime-Minister of Government RB Liliya Gumerova said about changes in the legislation which appeared so timely. The 15th federal law according to which many problems of children-orphans are solved in a single package has come into force since January 1, 2013.