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Heating restored in the Chukotka village of Nunligran

Heating restored in the Chukotka village of Nunligran

In the village of Nunligran in Chukotka last weekend, emergency recovery work was completed after a communal accident that occurred on February 18. Heat is again supplied to residential buildings and social facilities.

According to the press service of the Chukotka government, 159 residents who have been evacuated to other settlements will be able to return home this week. While the bad weather is getting in the way of bringing them home.

On behalf of the governor of the district Roman Kopin, residents of the village of Nunligran received financial assistance. From the reserve fund of the regional government, 5,6 million rubles were allocated for these purposes. Lump sum payments of 20 thousand rubles were received by 279 people. More than five million rubles were channeled through the regional Department of Social Policy - payments also amounted to 20 thousand rubles for each family member. All residents of the village will be recalculated payments for housing and communal services for February.

The disruption of the heating system in the village occurred on 18 February. At five o'clock in the morning, an accident occurred on the section of the main heating network, which led to the loss of the coolant, the cessation of its circulation and the shutdown of the heating network. For preventive purposes from the village to Providing, Sireniki and Yanrakynnot 142 people were evacuated.

Prior to that, in Chukotka, a helicopter took out 21 children from the boarding school, remains without heat more than 20 houses and social facilities.


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