Today, on November 8, Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk held a conference call with the heads of regional state administrations to tackle a policy of development of social infrastructure in the regions of Ukraine.
Oleksiy Honcharuk stressed the day before in an interview, the President had announced that next year hundreds of social facilities across the country would begin being built and repaired in Ukraine.
“The priority now is to without delay to determine the detailed plan of facilities - which specific schools and kindergartens we will work with. Plus 100 schools, 100 kindergartens and 100 stadiums is our task for the next year. We are starting work from the new year, and where it is technologically necessary to postpone until the winter period is over - not later than March 1,” the Prime Minister stressed.
Oleksiy Honcharuk considers it a "mere waste of time" to approve plans of top-priority facilities in June-July, then engage in long tendering procedures and only in autumn begin real construction activities. "This is sabotage of the work, the result of which is inefficiency," Oleksiy Honcharuk added.
Heads of regional state administrations have a week to determine the list of all schools, stadiums and kindergartens, in which reconstruction or construction activities haven’t been completed and to provide the visualization plan - at least two or three types of facades and interiors.
In addition, the Prime Minister tasked with developing, by December 10, perspective plans for the formation of consolidated communities (CC) in order to have an understanding in which new capable community would be built schools, kindergartens and developed social infrastructure.
"An absolutely every community has to be sustainable - we have no target to establish a bunch of unsustainable communities yet. We are starting an infrastructure boom!" Oleksiy Honcharuk emphasized.
RSA heads or responsible deputies should take this program under their personal control and from the moment of launching each particular project to submit to the Government weekly progress reports with mandatory photofixation.