Following the initiative of the Republic, the International Union of Property Developers' Associations was established in Moscow.
Prime Minister of Bashkortostan Andrei Nazarov proposed to create interstate construction standards. He announced this at a meeting of the Congress of the Union of Builders' Associations of Russia and CIS countries in Moscow.
The International Union of Property Developers' Associations was established at the event. Adele Sayfullina, Executive Director of the Association of Builders of Bashkortostan, was elected its Chairman. According to her, the new organisation will collect information on technologies used in construction in different countries.
The international organisation established on Bashkortostan's initiative includes developers from Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
At the meeting in Moscow, the numbers of the implementation of Bashkortostan's housing construction programme were also announced. Over the nine years of the project's operation, it received 8.5 billion rubles, of which 8.1 billion were citizens' funds and the rest were allocated from the budget.