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Putin doubted the pace of recovery of the Angara region after floods

Putin doubted the pace of recovery of the Angara region after floods
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Vladimir Putin expressed dissatisfaction with the course of reconstruction after the floods in the Irkutsk region. The president had doubts about the good pace of recovery.

At a meeting with the president, Transport Minister Yevgeny Dietrich announced that 78% of regional roads, 13 bridges and 34 culverts were restored in the Irkutsk Region, and local roads were restored by 37%. At the same time, according to the minister, the region will be allocated another 102 million rubles this year.

However, Vladimir Putin said that far from everything has been done in the Irkutsk region. According to the president, he has doubts about the pace of recovery in some areas. He said that in the near future he would look at them and, if necessary, would make the necessary adjustments.

In total, last year several settlements in the Irkutsk region suffered from floods, damage assessed 31 billion rubles. Earlier, the region was sent from the federal budget to restore the region about 40 billion rubles... This year, about 1,8 billion rubles will be directed to to strengthen dams and shore protection work in several areas.

 

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