Heads of state administrations informed the President about the situation on the ground

The President held a video conference. The towns and districts heads of state administrations reported on the current state of affairs. Informing about the carrying out of repair and construction work on social infrastructure facilities, Oleg Dovgopol said that today the admission of pupils in the capital’s kindergartens No. 17, 43, 50, 52, 55, 72 has been suspended. This is due to the reconstruction and re-equipment of food units. The children were temporarily transferred to other nearby preschool institutions. The head of Tiraspol said that they are collecting information about the need for improvement of kindergarten areas on behalf of the President. Many preschool educational institutions need to replace or install awnings on walking areas and pave the areas adjacent to kindergartens with paving slabs. An appropriate program will be formed.

The head of the capital's administration said that the pediatric hospital of the maternity hospital was included in the list of healthcare facilities that will be repaired in the near future. Budget funds have been allocated.

Road work continues in the central part of Tiraspol. They are starting to work on the area on the square this week. The water utility will work first, then the road workers. The asphalt surface will be replaced in traffic lanes on the side of the Suvorov monument this year. The second part – in 2025.

As for the repair of the damaged bridge across the Dniester: they expect to order the necessary parts from the Elektromash plant. The company has studied the order. The city is waiting for an answer about the possibility of manufacturing all the required elements on site.

The heads of other cities and districts spoke about progress in the implementation of development programs. For example, the head of Kamenka highlighted the reconstruction of the stadium, saying that they are ready to lay a specialized coating there. He spoke in addition about the work being carried out in Wittgenstein Park. 1600 cubic meters of clay were brought to strengthen the lake bowls. About 600 cubic meters more are needed. Vladimir Bychkov spoke about the design of the fountain, renovation work in the Central District Hospital and renovation of the courthouse.

The heads paid attention in the reports to the various cultural and socially significant events that took place last week, as well as the numerous successes of Pridnestrovian sportsmen.