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An additional 200 million rubles will be directed to Primorye for emergency response

An additional 200 million rubles will be directed to Primorye for emergency response
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In the draft budget of the Primorsky Territory for 2021 and 2022, the authorities provided additional funding to eliminate the possible consequences of natural disasters and emergencies. The amount will be 100 million rubles per year.

According to the head of the regional government Vera Shcherbina, the current situation in the elimination of emergency situations after the freezing rain indicated the need to allocate additional resources to the relevant department to create a reserve.

According to the press service of the regional government, the money will be allocated to the regional ministry for civil defense and emergency situations. Funding will go to the purchase of materials and equipment necessary to resolve such problematic issues.

Emergency mode after freezing rain, it was introduced in Mikhailovsky, Nadezhdinsky and Yakovlevsky districts; it also continues to operate in Vladivostok and Artem and throughout Primorye. According to preliminary estimates, the damage from the disaster amounted to 266 million rubles, the greatest damage was inflicted on energy facilities - over 250 million rubles, while the amount continues to grow.

Earlier, the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, said that the damage caused by the cyclone in Primorye unprecedented, and in the Kremlin damage due to bad weather called colossal... Primorye received from the federal budget almost 700 million rubles to eliminate the consequences of freezing rain.

 

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