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MOE inspects the construction of housing for flood victims in the Khabarovsk Territory

Accommodation for flood-affected residents of the Bolshoi Ussuriysky Island in the Khabarovsk Territory will be ready for September 1. This was stated today by the First Deputy Minister of Emergency Situations Ministry Sergey Shlyakov.

  Now he is in Khabarovsk on a working visit. Shlyakov visited a long-term residence center, where 85 people still remain. Also, the deputy minister inspected the base of the Amursky rescue squad. Last year, the Ministry of Emergency Situations purchased new equipment for him - swimming transporters, tractors and trucks.

  "We understand that this technique was in demand. And it is now maintained at a level that allows it to be used at any time throughout the entire Far East. Because the Amur Rescue Center, although located on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory, is designed to operate throughout the territory of the Far East, "says Sergei Shlyakov, First Deputy Minister of Emergencies.

  On these days, work began on the restoration of roads flooded in the Khabarovsk Territory. Total will be reconstructed 10 sites. Almost 3 billion rubles has been allocated for this from the federal budget.  

  Accommodation for flood-affected residents of the Bolshoi Ussuriysky Island in the Khabarovsk Territory will be ready for September 1. This was stated today by the First Deputy Minister of Emergency Situations Ministry Sergey Shlyakov.

  Now he is in Khabarovsk on a working visit. Shlyakov visited a long-term residence center, where 85 people still remain. Also, the deputy minister inspected the base of the Amursky rescue squad. Last year, the Ministry of Emergency Situations purchased new equipment for him - swimming transporters, tractors and trucks.

  "We understand that this technique was in demand. And it is now maintained at a level that allows it to be used at any time throughout the entire Far East. Because the Amur Rescue Center, although located on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory, is designed to operate throughout the territory of the Far East, "says Sergei Shlyakov, First Deputy Minister of Emergencies.

  On these days, work began on the restoration of roads flooded in the Khabarovsk Territory. Total will be reconstructed 10 sites. Almost 3 billion rubles has been allocated for this from the federal budget.  

Accommodation for flood-affected residents of the Bolshoi Ussuriysky Island in the Khabarovsk Territory will be ready for September 1. This was stated today by the First Deputy Minister of Emergency Situations Ministry Sergey Shlyakov.

  Now he is in Khabarovsk on a working visit. Shlyakov visited a long-term residence center, where 85 people still remain. Also, the deputy minister inspected the base of the Amursky rescue squad. Last year, the Ministry of Emergency Situations purchased new equipment for him - swimming transporters, tractors and trucks.

  "We understand that this technique was in demand. And it is now maintained at a level that allows it to be used at any time throughout the entire Far East. Because the Amur Rescue Center, although located on the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory, is designed to operate throughout the territory of the Far East, "says Sergei Shlyakov, First Deputy Minister of Emergencies.

  On these days, work began on the restoration of roads flooded in the Khabarovsk Territory. Total will be reconstructed 10 sites. Almost 3 billion rubles has been allocated for this from the federal budget.  


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