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More than 30 billion rubles spent to eliminate the effects of last year's flooding in the Far East

More than 30 billion rubles have already been spent on liquidating the consequences of large-scale floods in the Far East, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev said at a meeting of the government commission for the liquidation of the consequences of the floods in the Far East, which is being held in Khabarovsk today.

  "In general, more than 30 billion rubles have been spent on the elimination of the consequences (flooding), the total amount of expenditures exceeds 40 billion. We must do everything possible so that in the future we do not face the same problems, so that people do not remain without housing, and the budget did not bear such costs, "- said Trutnev.

  Recall that last year the Amur region, the Jewish Autonomous Region and the Khabarovsk Territory suffered from a powerful flood on the river. Also, floods affected the Primorsky Territory and the Magadan region. In total, more than 180 thousands of Far-Easterners suffered from large waters. More than 3,5 thousands of homes have been declared unfit for living.



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