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Almost 85 million rubles will be allocated in the Kamchatka region to fight forest fires

The provision of monitoring, fire fighting and fire prevention measures in 2014 in the Kamchatka region laid 84,9 million rubles. This was reported in the press service of the regional government with reference to the Agency for Forestry and Wildlife Conservation of Kamchatka.

“Out of almost 85 million rubles, 54,9 million are from the federal budget. It is planned to allocate 20,3 million rubles for extinguishing forest fires, 32,1 million rubles for monitoring fire hazards, and 2,5 million rubles for other fire safety measures, ”explained the deputy head of the agency, Alexey Epishkov.

According to him, more than 30 million rubles allocated from the regional budget for the financial support of the regional institution "Protection of Kamchatka Forests" (maintenance of fire fighting equipment, equipment, organization of year-round work of the Regional Dispatch Service of Forestry). To date, the staff of the institution is 156 people, including seven employed in the regional dispatch control center.

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