FSB is to pay for repair of apartments damaged during special operation in St. Petersburg
The Federal Security Service shall offset the repair cost of the apartments that were damaged during a special operation conducted by the FSB on August 17 in St. Petersburg, during which four militants were liquidated.
The Head of the Krasnoselsky district housing agency Valentin Tereshkin has reported to TASS on the agreements reached with the security forces.
According to them, once the management company calculates the final amount of damage, repair will be carried out in the sixteen-storeyed residential building on 92 Leninsky Prospekt, Build. 3 using the money transferred by the Federal Security Service to the housing agency's account.
According to Tereshkin, four apartments were damaged.
"Windows were smashed in the apartment No. 606, 622, and 624; there is damage in concrete ceilings. Apartment No. 614, in which the FSB special operation was conducted, is sealed. Therefore, the nature of damage is not yet known. According to preliminary data, the amount of damage caused to the apartment owners is insignificant; we are talking about several tens of thousands of rubles," said the head of the housing agency.
Let us recall that August 17 on Leninsky Prospekt in St. Petersburg, the FSB forces conducted a special operation on the liquidation of a criminal group, consisting of people from the North Caucasus. Some of the apartment building residents were evacuated.
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