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In the Amur region, more than 200 families affected by the flood received new housing

In the Amur region, 210 families whose homes were found unfit for living after the last large-scale flood, received housing purchased in the secondary market, said the region's governor Oleg Kozhemyako.

“In the region, mainly single-storey individual houses, located in 127 villages in the flooded zone, were damaged. 789 houses were declared unfit, in which 840 families lived, more than one and a half thousand houses need major repairs, ”he said.

O. Kozhemyako noted that around 10 thousand people remained without housing in the Amur region. 654 houses the regional government plans to purchase ready-made housing on the market. 432 families have already received certificates for the purchase of such housing. More 50 families build their own houses and apartments. The rest - 176 houses - are being built in the five affected areas.

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