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Priangarye will receive another 1,3 billion rubles for flood recovery

Priangarye will receive another 1,3 billion rubles for flood recovery
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Another 1,3 billion rubles for recovery from the flood last year will receive the Irkutsk region. The funds will go to new housing for the affected residents and to rebuild damaged houses.

About this at a meeting of the government of the Russian Federation said its head is Mikhail Mishustin. He noted that more than 100 settlements were hit by the elements then. As a result, many homes are in need of major refurbishment and some are beyond repair.

More in February three billion rubles allocated by the Russian government to the budget of the Irkutsk region. Funding will be directed to social support of citizens who lost their homes due to last year's floods.

In September, Vladimir Putin instructed the government and Russia to timely allocate the Irkutsk region money for the construction of dams and other protective structures. He announced this at a meeting on the elimination of the consequences of last year's flood in Tulun.

Floods hit Irkutsk region at the end of June 2019. As a result, 25 people died in the region, more than 700 were hospitalized, and 11 thousand houses were under water. The number of victims of the disaster in the region has reached 14 people. Another 13 are reported missing. The damage to the region only from the first wave of flood amounted to more than 29 billion rubles.

Last year, the Russian government adopted a program for the restoration of social and transport infrastructure in the Irkutsk region. On the restoration of the region after the flood laid about 40 billion.





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