A working trip by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Mariupol has taken place, according to the Kremlin press service.
Putin reportedly arrived in Mariupol by helicopter. During his visit to the city, he examined some of its objects – the coastline, the theater building and sights, met local residents, and also drove around the city in a car, periodically making stops.
During the trip, he received a report from Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, who told about the progress of construction and restoration works in the city and its suburbs – the construction of new residential microdistricts, social infrastructure and education, housing and public services. and health care.
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