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The results of the meeting on flood relief in the Far East under the leadership of Yu. Trutnev

26 August in Blagoveshchensk Yuri Trutnev held a meeting of the Government Commission on Elimination of the Consequences of Large-scale Flooding in the Territory of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, the Amur and Magadan Regions, and the Jewish Autonomous Region, according to the website of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far East.

The event included reports on the progress of the final construction, overhaul and purchase of housing for citizens affected by large-scale flooding.

Commission members reported on the results of the restoration of roads and bridges, state support for agricultural producers, infrastructure development and the readiness of housing and utilities and energy facilities to work in the autumn-winter period 2014 - 2015.

Y. Trutnev said that in accordance with the instructions of the President of the Russian Federation and the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, a whole complex of works was carried out to restore the energy and transport infrastructure, housing and communal services, communication lines, schools, kindergartens, clinics, hospitals.

“Now one of the most important stages of restoration work is being completed, which, in accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, must be completed strictly before September 30. In total, in 6 regions it is necessary to provide housing for 4380 families. For almost all of them there is confidence that the work will be completed according to the schedule, ”noted Yu. Trutnev.

“To date, 2024 have been built, 1572 residential premises have been purchased, and 3150 houses and apartments have been overhauled. Until September 30 - and this is the deadline set by the President of the Russian Federation - people must not only move to new houses and apartments, but also get their hands on a full package of completed documents, ”said Y. Trutnev.

Y. Trutnev reminded that according to the decision, before 1 of September 2014 the apartment or house should be provided to those citizens whose housing was declared unfit for habitation following the results of the initial inspection. By September 15, the keys to the new houses must be received by the needy, who have received the right to new housing based on the results of repeated surveys of houses or by a court decision.

Speaking about measures to support agriculture, the Deputy Prime Minister noted that following the results of the whole range of activities carried out, crop yields are expected to increase by about 2012% compared to 20.

Y. Trutnev paid special attention to the provision of infrastructure and facilities under construction.

Following the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister also instructed the Ministry of Transport of Russia to resolve the issue of restoring all sections of highways destroyed by the flood in 2013: “The situation with road construction raises the most complaints. About 1200 km have been restored, more than 300 km require repair work. All work must be completed strictly before the end of 2014, "- said Yu. Trutnev.

The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that the leaders of the federal authorities and the governors are personally responsible for implementing the decree of the President of the Russian Federation.

Heads of the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Public Utilities of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, the Ministry of Social Development, Rostekhnadzor, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the Prosecutor General of Russia, the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia, the Ministry of Health of Russia, the Ministry of Finance of Russia, the Ministry of Transport of Russia, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia , Ministry of Energy of Russia, Investigation Committee of the Russian Federation, Rosvodresurs, Roshydromet, Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, governors of the Khabarovsk Territory, Amur, Magadan and Jewish Autonomous regions, other representatives of federal and regional executive authorities and interested organizations.

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