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The head of the Russkiy Island Department was removed for inaction during an emergency

The head of the Russkiy Island Department was removed for inaction during an emergency
Photo: primorsky.ru

The Governor of Primorsky Krai Oleg Kozhemyako dismissed the head of the administrative-territorial administration of Russky Island from his post due to his irresponsible attitude to his duties. According to the head of the region, the official did not cope with her duties during the emergency.

According to Kozhemyako, there was no work on the Russian island to organize assistance to the population during the emergency. During the week, the leader was not seen, heard, and not a single gratitude for her work was received from the residents. They plan to bring the official to justice for this.

According to the press service of the regional government, in the near future one of the deputy heads of Vladivostok will control the work of the municipality. Additional field kitchens will be delivered to Russian today for organizing hot meals. Residents will be given 150 gas stoves, five additional power generators will be installed and fuel will be supplied.

Now the majority of complaints to the authorities come from residents of Russky Island. Electricity supply is still interrupted there, communication with the city is possible only by ferry. 

According to the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, the damage caused by the cyclone in Primorye unprecedented, in the Kremlin damage due to bad weather called colossal... The region has already received from the federal budget almost 700 million rubles to eliminate the consequences of emergencies.

  


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