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“UNESCO said in a letter to the Russian Architects Union that it is deeply alarmed and demanded a report on how this property is being maintained,” Izvestia writes, citing the letter.

“Russian historical and cultural monuments were not discussed at the summer session in St. Petersburg, but they will definitely be on the agenda in 2013,” Zaika said.

UNESCO wants to be informed by February 1 2013 in what condition this cultural monument is, and how the maintenance instructions and plans are being fulfilled. All of these issues will be discussed and a decision on them will be made, according to Izvestia.

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