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Putin has identified the main department for the flooded regions of the Far Eastern Federal District

Putin has identified the main department for the flooded regions of the Far Eastern Federal District
Photo by: kremlin.ru

Russian President Vladimir Putin identified the Russian Construction Ministry and its head, Vladimir Yakushev, as the main ones for the regions of the Far East that were affected by floods. All appeals will be sent immediately to the Ministry of Construction, so that governors do not go to different structures and do not lose time.

“For the work to be organized properly, it is impossible for regional leaders to rush along all government offices and corridors. There must be some kind of integrating center, ”Vladimir Putin said at a meeting on flood management in the Far East.

The head of the Ministry of Construction, Vladimir Yakushev, will have to help the heads of regions to work with all government structures: the Ministry of Emergencies, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Agriculture and other departments.

Now the flood situation in the Far Eastern Federal District is stabilizing. In the Khabarovsk Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region, 137 settlements, over 800 residential buildings, over 3800 household plots, 17 socially significant objects and 149 road sections remain flooded. On the Amur River and its tributaries, the water level is steadily declining. According to experts, it will reach long-term average values ​​and will return to the channel by the first decade of October.