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Navigation-2014 Yakutia is ahead of last year's schedule by almost 260 thousand tons
In Yakutia, navigation volumes-2014 are ahead of last year's schedule for 259 thousand tons - 5 September information was provided by the representative of the State Committee for Ensuring the Safety of Life of the Population at a working meeting of the government commission on the organization of cargo transportation.
Discussing the current state of affairs on the rivers of Yakutia, the Deputy Prime Minister noted the more favorable natural, climatic and hydrological conditions compared to 2013. “From this position, the last year turned out to be unusual and difficult, while now there are no strong winds and a sharp drop in water, everything is going the same as in previous years,” he said.
According to the State Committee on Computing, the shipment is underway at full speed - they fill up daily from 10 to 15 ships, the press service of the regional administration said.
The meeting also discussed the state of the water level, shipping situation and dredging at the bars of the Yana and Indigirka rivers. There are some difficulties with driving on Yana, but the situation should clear up before 20 September numbers.
Special attention was paid to the activities of the fleet in the transportation of fuel cargoes on the rivers Indigirka, Kolyma, Yana, as well as the shipment of oil, supply and transportation of coal for heat supply enterprises of Olekminsky district.
The fuel issue on the initiative of the Deputy Prime Minister was taken under special control. He instructed the Ministry of Transport and Road Management and the State Committee of the Republic to strengthen all measures, as well as to introduce in the ports around the clock operation.
Starting next week, preparation of delivery schedules for Amga will begin.