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Chekunkov: 640 million rubles is necessary for Primorye after the cyclone

Chekunkov: 640 million rubles is necessary for Primorye after the cyclone
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The head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, said that the Primorsky Territory needs 640 million rubles to recover from a cyclone. The ministry, together with the regional authorities, formed an application to the government of the Russian Federation for this amount.

As the RIA News", financial assistance is needed to restore power lines, cables and maintain the operation of diesel generators. Chekunkov added that the power supply in the region is still working on a temporary basis.

Aleksey Chekunkov also said that the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East will allocate 200 million rubles for the purchase of road equipment for Vladivostok. In his opinion, this will help not only put the city in order after the freezing rain, but also make it more comfortable in general. He added that Vladivostok, as the administrative capital of the Far East, should be better prepared for such cataclysms.

Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic Alexei Chekunkov arrived in Primorsky Krai on Monday, November 23, to assess the situation after the last cyclone. He assessed the disaster damage in Primorye as unprecedentedand in the Kremlin the damage called colossal... Primorye received from the federal budget almost 700 million rubles to eliminate the consequences of a cyclone.

After a freezing rain in Primorye introduced emergency mode... Currently, more than six thousand people in five municipalities remain without electricity in the Primorsky Territory. Additional repair teams will be sent to help the affected areas.

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