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The Azovstal metallurgical plant, destroyed as a result of a long siege in Mariupol, will continue its work in a different capacity in the future, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Marat Khusnullin announced.

“This zone can continue to work in the future as an industrial park or a recreation area, but of course not as a metallurgical complex,” wrote he is in his telegram channel.

AT interview “Russia 24” he also spoke about the prospects for the restoration of Mariupol. “The costs of this work are still difficult to estimate, but they are quite large. Almost all buildings have been inspected, we understand for each building what needs to be demolished, what needs to be repaired, and what needs to be built new,” Khusnullin said. “It is planned that by 2035 about 500,000 people will live in Mariupol.”

The Ukrainian military held out at the Mariupol Azovstal plant for two months before surrendering in mid-May. This was preceded by massive bombardments and assault attempts by pro-Russian forces. Currently, 2.5 thousand military personnel from Azovstal are in Russian captivity, including fighters of the Azov regiment.

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