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The homes of Batken`s residents were damaged as a result of the recent events on the Kyrgyz-Tajik section of the state border will be fully restored at the expense of the state. This is reported by the Office of the President.
"the houses that are not subject to restoration will be re-built at the expense of the state," the report says. In the conflict zone on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border, 78 houses, 2 schools, a FAP, a kindergarten, a police building, 3 border posts, 10 gas stations, and 8 shops were damaged.