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Almost 1 billion rubles from the federal budget spent on restoration after flooding of roads and structures in the Amur region

More than 985 million rubles was spent from the federal budget for the restoration of roads and artificial structures in the Amur Region affected by last year’s flood, the administration’s press service reports.

By June 1, 2014, 450 km of roads, 74 bridges and 97 culverts on regional and local roads were restored in the Amur region. In total, the flood destroyed 735 km of roads, 108 bridges and 191 pipes. The natural disaster affected 23 municipalities - 18 districts and five urban districts.

At present, the Amur Ministry continues to work with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and the Federal Road Agency to obtain additional funds from the federal budget in the amount of 875,6 million rubles for restoration work.

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