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Vinnytsia Officers’ House survived WWII, and it will survive this war too – head of Oblast Military Administration

Sunday, 17 July 2022, 14:33
Vinnytsia Officers’ House survived WWII, and it will survive this war too – head of Oblast Military Administration
A WALL OF THE OFFICERS' HOUSE IN VINNYTSIA. PHOTO: STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE OF UKRAINE

OLENA ROSHCHINASUNDAY, 17 JULY 2022, 14:33

Serhii Borzov, the head of the Vinnytsia Oblast Military Administration, has announced that the Officers' House will not be completely demolished: only the hazardous structures will be dismantled.

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Source: Serhii Borzov on Telegram

Quote: "Regarding the Officers' House: what will be demolished and what will remain? 

After being hit by a missile, the building is dangerous. This is the conclusion reached by the State Emergency Service. 

Following an examination by specialists, it has been decided to dismantle the ruins. We are not talking about demolishing the entire building, but dismantling hazardous structures where it is dangerous. 

The Officers' House survived the Second World War. It will survive this one as well – it has already become a symbol of Vinnytsia’s resilience."

Archive photographs and latest photos posted by Serhii Borzov. 

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