Azarov promises to solve water supply problem in Luhansk region

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Aug. 25, 2012, 5:36 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Azarov saysonly about or 70% of settlements in the region now have stable water supply.

Luhansk – In a year or in two years towns and villages in Luhansk region would have no problems with water supply, Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has promised.

“We set a task that in a year or two problem with drinking water supply in Luhansk region must be solved,” he said during his visit to Luhansk on Saturday.

Azarov said that the problem of water supply in Luhansk is complicated, although it can be settled, and around 200 (or 70% of settlements) in the region now have stable water supply.

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