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Putin visited Volkovo village being built for flood victims in the Amur Region

President Vladimir Putin visited the village of Volkovo under construction, in which residents of the Amur Region will live, who were injured last year as a result of the flood, the online newspaper reported.

According to the Governor of the Amur Region, Oleg Kozhemyako, the village will be commissioned ahead of schedule - in mid-July this year. A total of 193 houses will be built. Residents of future houses have the opportunity to choose whether the house will be wooden or built according to Finnish technology using sandwich panels. Each house will have a personal plot of 10-15 acres.

In turn, presidential envoy for the Far Eastern Federal District Yu. Trutnev said that at the moment there are difficulties with the timing of delivery of houses for flood victims in the Jewish Autonomous Region.

“To solve this problem, I plan to ask Mikhail Me to send one of his deputies to the Jewish region in order to meet the deadlines for fulfilling the president’s instructions,” Trutnev said. According to him, "The Ministry of Construction should not be on the sidelines!"

The village of Volkovo is located in 18 km from Blagoveshchensk. By presidential decree, he must be ready to live by September 13 of 2014.

To date, in the places of temporary placement of queues for settlement, 274 is waiting for a person, 88 of them are children.

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