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Putin introduced federal emergency situations in Priangariya

Putin introduced federal emergency situations in Priangariya

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on measures to eliminate flooding in the Irkutsk region. Now the region has declared a state of emergency of a federal nature.

Putin ordered the involvement of the armed forces, other troops and military formations in the elimination of emergency situations. Government by decree the president should allocate money from the federal budget for the overhaul of damaged housing and for the purchase of new housing in return for lost or unfit for life.

The Irkutsk Region, by decision of the President, will receive a subsidy for reimbursement to agricultural producers for the cost of paying interest on loans and leasing payments, as well as for the restoration of crop areas. If necessary, money will be allocated and for the restoration of damaged roads and bridges.

Now in three districts of the Irkutsk region more flooded 3 400 houses in the 31 village remain flooded. 1 400 people suffered from high water, 20 people died, 15 went missing. 15 temporary accommodation centers are 730 people.

As the water level in the settlements decreases, they drain and clean the area. Dead animals are also disposed of to prevent the spread of infections. The region has already disposed of more 1 600 animal carcasses.

More than 2 800 people, 462 units of equipment, 83 floating craft, six aircraft were involved in the elimination of emergency situations. Additional forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, the Rosguard were sent to the affected areas.

On the eve of the Irkutsk region began sharp rise of water in the river Uda. Two settlements in the Taishet area — Polinchet village and Kondratyevo village — were in the flood zone at once.

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