11 families, affected by the crash of Boeing-747, provided with temporary housing at the expense of the state, the press service of the government reported.
Earlier it was reported that people will be provided accommodation in Manas village of Sokuluk area.
According to the Cabinet, for temporary accommodation allocated apartments in Bishkek and Chui region. There are the necessary conditions for living (furniture, appliances, heating).
At present, eight families received apartments, three remaining at Semetei hotel will move in the near future.
Currently, the house of one family, residing in Semetei is being restored. The building is partially damaged as a result of the crash.
The hotel gave rooms for 12 families (or 49 people, including 30 adults and 19 children).
39 people, including four crew members, died as a result of the collapse of the cargo plane on January 16. 26 houses became uninhabitable.