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The head of the Amur region asked for federal assistance for bank protection

The head of the Amur region asked for federal assistance for bank protection
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Alexey Gordeev, Deputy Prime Minister for Agriculture, Natural Resources and Ecology of Russia, supported the request of the head of the Amur Region to consider the possibility of allocating additional financing from the federal budget to the region for shore protection work. The working group with the participation of representatives of relevant departments and regional authorities will study this issue.

As the Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov said at a meeting with Alexei Gordeev, three objects of engineering infrastructure near Konstantinovka, Novopetrovka and the village of Grodekovo will become priority. Due to the frequent floods that began to occur in recent years, the authorities of the Amur Region have identified more than ten priority actions. According to the press service of the regional government, their largest is aimed at ensuring coastal protection of settlements, the rest relate to clearing and straightening river channels.

This year, 278 residential buildings were damaged due to floods in the Amur Region, and 920 million rubles were required for restoration. The region has already received tranches from the federal budget, in 2020 the region will be able to count on a decision on the next allocation of funding.

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