As the renovation of apartment blocks is gaining momentum, the Ministry of Environment is planning to establish a special commission to oversee coordination of the renovation process and work control.
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Having inspected over 20 renovated apartment-blocks this year, construction supervision institutions have not found any fundamental violations.

At present over 600 apartment-blocks are undergoing renovations, the renovation for 400 of them has begun during the first half of the year.

These renovation projects are part of a large-scale government programme aimed at tackling wear and energy inefficiency in a large share of ageing Soviet-built residential apartment blocks.

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