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Transbaikalia and the Jewish Autonomous Region will receive more than 5 billion rubles to help victims of floods

Transbaikalia and the Jewish Autonomous Region will receive more than 5 billion rubles to help victims of floods
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The government will send more than five billion rubles to help residents of the Trans-Baikal Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region, affected by floods. The Trans-Baikal Territory will receive more than 4,2 billion rubles, and the Jewish Autonomous Region - 921 million rubles.

According to the press service of the Russian government in Telegram, the funds are intended for the construction of new and overhaul of damaged housing, as well as for social support of local residents.

The head of the government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree on the allocation of funds to residents of the Amur and Transbaikal regions affected by floods. The Amur Region will receive more than two billion rubles. Of this amount 1,3 billion are intended to provide direct payments to people who have lost their homes. Almost 700 million more will be directed to compensate the region's expenses for payments to floods. Thus, more than 700 families will receive assistance.

The budget of the Trans-Baikal Territory will receive to compensate for the costs of providing a one-time financial aid, as well as payments related to the loss of property, more than 113 million rubles... For the same purposes, the budget of the Amur Region will receive more than 150 million rubles... The money is allocated from the reserve fund of the Russian government.

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