The authorities of Transbaikalia have found an apartment complained to Putin woman

The authorities of Transbaikalian edge have provided one-bedroom apartment in Chita single mother Natalia Kalinina from the burned in 2015 Shiviya village, which is in the direct line with President of Russia Vladimir Putin complained that he had received uninhabitable housing. About it RIA Novosti said the head of the press service of the Governor of the region Elena Nazarova.

According to her, Kalinina chosen apartment on the street, people’s square is 45.2 square meters.

As said the head of Department Alexey Hosoi, housing provided under the contract of uncompensated use before time of registration of ownership of Zabaykalsky Krai in the apartment. In the next apartment will be provided Kalinina under the contract of social hiring.

Kalinin on 15 June during a straight line President said that after the fires, 2015, destroyed the house, the local government gave her the house appeared uninhabitable. She also said that her daughter cannot go to school because of lack of registration.

Putin instructed the authorities of the region and regional Prosecutor’s office to figure out how to spend money allocated for the construction of housing for fire victims. Investigation Department of the TFR in the region began checking on the fact of application Kalinina to the President. The Prosecutor’s office of Zabaykalsky Krai recognized the right of Kalinina for housing.

The head of administration Olovyanninskiy district Andrey Antoshkin denied the words Kalinina. He said that in fact the mother of one of the first victims of the fire received a refurbished apartment in the village Clear and gave her written consent. However, she later asked that she provided housing in Chita. Having been refused, the woman allegedly Packed up and went to the village Areda. Antoshkin said that the flat, provided the woman is empty, and the keys are kept by the housewife.

In the summer of 2015 on the territory of the Siberian Federal district there was a severe forest fires.