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Deputy Minister of construction, housing and utilities Nikita Statesin predicted that after the end of the epidemic, the Russians are coming back to apartments, and villas and cottages will remain the alternate aerodrome and a place of rest on the weekends. He said this during an online conference “Infrastructure projects: a course on urban development”, reports “Interfax”.
Stasyshyn said that the country houses will not remain a permanent residence, “because when you’ll spend 2-2. 5 hours to drive to work, I think, two or three weeks have you feeling comfortable living will be exhausted, especially when children go to school”.
The Deputy Minister said that after all in the modern world to live and work in the apartment. “A month, you can remotely to work well, a month and a half, and then without communication with people, without a living transmission of information and even there are some conflicts just will not development,” said Staseson.
He also added that Russia needs to introduce new standards of quality accommodation. “I can definitely say that the trend is to increase the volume of square meters of apartments in the case of income growth, to improve the quality of neighborhoods in which people live. It absolutely will” — summed up Stasyshyn.
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