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Without water and food left a village in Kamchatka

Without water and food left a village in Kamchatka
Photo: kamprok.ru

Residents of the village of Ilpyrskoye in Kamchatka complained on the Internet about the lack of drinking water and the lack of basic food products. The regional prosecutor’s office began a check.

According to the villagers, they have not been given drinking water for more than a week. Those who have snowmobiles go to the water pump station for six km, the rest sit without water. According to the press service of the prosecutor's office, people also complain about the lack of flour, sugar, vegetable oil, cereals, pasta.

Ilpyrskoye is located in the narrowest point of the peninsula on the shores of the Bering Sea. 106 people live there, there is no ground communication with the village, 986 km by air to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.