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Mutko: the deadlines for the restoration of 33 objects in the Angara region were disrupted
The timing of restoration work on 33 facilities affected by floods in the Irkutsk region has been disrupted. This was stated by the head of the government commission for the elimination of the consequences of floods in the region Vitaliy Mutko.
According to him, there is also a lag in a number of facilities that are part of the restoration program for the territories of the Angara region affected by summer floods. Work has not been completed at 24 facilities, including in four schools and two kindergartens. As reported TASSMutko demanded to accelerate work on 43 objects of the program.
The fact that the deadlines for the restoration of the victims in the Irkutsk region are disrupted, Mutko said in November 2019. Then he talked about 20 objects.
Flooding in the Irkutsk region began at the end June 2019 of the year. 11 thousand dwelling houses were flooded, the total damage exceeded 29 billion rubles. In early autumn, the Russian government approved a program for the restoration of the region, which primarily included housing restoration.