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Mutko and Kobzev visited flood-affected areas of Angara
On a working trip to the Angara region, the flood-hit deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Vitaly Mutko and the acting Governor of Irkutsk Region Igor Kobzev set off. They will examine the social facilities of the Taishet and Nizhneudinsky districts.
As the press service of the regional government informs, in terms of visits - a kindergarten in the village of Biryusa, water intakes in Nizhneudinsk and inspection of bank protection works on the Uda River. Reception of citizens on personal issues, a trip to Shumskaya secondary school is planned.
This summer the region survived two flood waves. As a result, 11 thousand dwelling houses were flooded, 25 people died, six more went missing. The total damage from the disaster amounted to 29 billion rubles.
In early November, Vitaliy Mutko said about breaking deadlines restoration of facilities in the Angara area. Out of 45 objects, work was completed at only 25 objects.