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More than 315 million rubles were spent in the Amur region on houses for flood victims

More than 315 million rubles were spent in the Amur region on houses for flood victims

Residents of the Amur Region, affected by the floods of 2019, were paid more than 315 million rubles. New housing was purchased by 279 people.

As the Deputy Minister of Social Protection of the Amur Region Galina Shelkova said at a meeting of the regional government, 948 residential premises were recognized as damaged after the flood in the Amur Region, 327 became subject to demolition, and they decided to overhaul 621 houses.

Since last year, the victims have submitted 908 packages of documents to the regional Ministry of Social Protection, 741 of them have made positive decisions - over 315 million rubles were transferred to the applicants' special accounts - 96% of the total amount of support provided. Thanks to this, 279 people received new houses, 442 victims were renovated.

Now work with the victims is at the final stage. It will be fully completed in December this year.

Funding for these purposes was allocated from the regional and federal budgets. Money is transferred to the victims after they open special accounts in banks. From them, the money is transferred to the sellers of other residential premises after the conclusion of the sales contract. In the event of a major overhaul, 50% is transferred to the owner immediately, the remaining 50% - after the completion of the overhaul and the presentation of supporting documents.

Due to the floods in 2019, 278 residential premises were damaged in the Amur Region. This year, 328,3 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget to support the affected citizens: 275 million for the purchase of housing, 53,3 million for overhaul.

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