House of Investigative Committee Head may suffer due to construction of skyscrapers in Moscow center
Residents of the house are protesting against the construction of a 18-storey building.
In Presnensky district of Moscow, a construction of an 18-storey building turned into a scandal. The project is carried out by Donstroy Invest, one of the largest developers in Moscow.
Head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin, the former governor of the Perm region, head of Rostransnadzor Viktor Basargin, head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov, Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergey NaryshkinIn live in a house located next to the construction site, Sobesednik writes.
Residents of Presnensky district have been protesting against the construction of a new residential complex for many years. They also demand that the authorities build social facilities in their district.
The publication notes that Donstroy has no monitoring results for existing buildings. Muscovites fear a technological catastrophe due to the construction of a skyscraper in the neighborhood, which stands on underground rivers. They expressed their concerns in their appeal to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Yuri Chaika.
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