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The cost of protective structures on the Amur will cost 10 billion rubles

More than 10 billion rubles will be allocated to flood protection of facilities located along the Amur River, said Sergey Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation.

“The estimated amount required for the construction of all facilities to protect the territories along the Amur from floods is about 10,6 billion rubles. Their total length will be 226 km, ”S. Donskoy said during an inspection of the construction of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya hydroelectric power station at a meeting under the President of the Russian Federation on the elimination of the consequences of last year's flood.

According to him, this year 900 million rubles has been allocated for priority measures. The effectiveness of all proposed measures to protect the Far Eastern territories about floods will be analyzed.

The Amur Region is one of the first of the Far Eastern regions affected by an anomalous flood that lasted for about three months in the Amur Region. Since the end of July, 22 municipalities of the region, 126 settlements, more than 7,5 thousand residential houses with a population of over 36,3 thousand people have suffered.

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