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FEFD regions will receive money for restoration after floods
The regions of the Far East will receive from the federal budget more than 1,5 billion rubles to recover from the floods of past years. The decision of the Ministry of Transport on this, the Russian government will consider in the near future.
As Russian Transport Minister Yevgeny Dietrich said at a meeting with the president, 137 million rubles will be allocated to the Primorsky Territory to restore roads after last year’s flood. Khabarovsk Territory needs 356 million. Most of all, Amur Region needs 912,5 million rubles to restore roads. They will deal with the effects of the floods of 2018 and 2019. Jewish autonomy needs 190 million.
The head of the Ministry of Transport noted that the regions were removed co-financing conditions for such events. Now, federal money can be used entirely to support flood recovery regimes.
In the summer and autumn of 2019, five regions of the Far East were severely affected by floods. Primorsky Krai was flooded with sediments and internal groundwater; forced discharge from reservoirs. From the great water suffered Khabarovsk Krai и Jewish autonomous and Amur region, where overflowed Zeya River.