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Putin was asked to help the floaters of the Amur region according to the Irkutsk scheme

Putin was asked to help the floaters of the Amur region according to the Irkutsk scheme
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The governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov asked the president to apply the mathematical system for providing housing payments to flood victims, as was done in the Irkutsk region. In his opinion, this will help increase the amount of payments.

“If the house is 40 sq. four people lived, and this is a very common practice, then, based on the methodology of decree number 110 of the government, they will receive 40 sq. meters multiplied by 57 thousand - 2 million 300 thousand rubles. For this money you can only buy a one-room apartment. If we go by analogy with the Irkutsk order, then this payment will be four million rubles per family, and you can buy comfortable housing in the secondary market, ”said Vasily Orlov at the meeting with the president.

The governor asked to approve a government decree for the Amur region by analogy with the Irkutsk region. Now the region needs more than one billion rubles to restore housing: 983 million to buy a new one and 167 million to repair the damaged houses.

The total flood damage in the Amur Region amounted to 6,4 billion rubles. Most of the amount - 3,4 billion - is the loss of agriculture, more than one billion - flooding or loss of housing, almost two billion - damage to the road, utilities and social infrastructure.

Because of the flood, two schools where 92 people study are affected. Some of the children were sent to the Ocean Children's Center in Primorye, the rest are taken to nearby schools. The regional authorities have promised to restore the water-damaged educational institutions by the end of September.