Northerners move to mainland

Northerners move to mainland

October 11, 2021

Some of them have already received certificates for the purchase of housing in any region of the country.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. This year, 415 families from Norilsk and Dudinka will get a chance to have housing in any region of the country.

According to the region’s Ministry of Construction, 218 families have already used this right, the rest will receive documents by the end of October.

“My husband and I have lived in Taimyr for over forty years. The harsh climate, of course, makes itself felt. Every year it is harder and harder to endure the polar nights and frosts. I want light, greenery and inter-season. We chose Minusinsk to move to. We’ve been to this beautiful city, we really like it. This year we got on the waiting list for resettlement, and a few months later we received a certificate”, said Irina Bil from Dudinka.

Recall that those who have worked in the Far North for at least 15 years and have no housing outside of it have the right to receive housing subsidies. The certificates are issued within the framework of the quadripartite agreement between the Ministry for the Far East and the Arctic Development, the regional government, the Norilsk administration and the Nornickel company.

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Text: Angelica Stepanova, Photo: open sources

October 11, 2021

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