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All residents of a burnt-out village in Yakutia received keys to their houses

All residents of a burnt-out village in Yakutia received keys to their houses
Photo: sakha.gov.ru

All residents of the burnt-down village of Byas-Kyuel in Yakutia received keys to new houses. Together with the keys, each family also received certificates for 200 thousand rubles for the purchase of furniture.

According to IAA EastRussia in the press service of the government of Yakutia, the houses are installed on metal piles, the walls are made of MHM panels with external insulation, the interior decoration is made of lining and drywall, heating, water supply and sewerage are autonomous.

In addition to houses, the road network and utilities have been restored, culverts have been installed, gas and electricity supplies have been launched. A new cattle-breeding complex for 100 heads was also built.

ALROSA allocated 200 million rubles for the construction of housing lost from a forest fire; large financial and industrial organizations were assigned to each affected family. This allowed 175 residents of Bias-Kyuel to receive assistance in the shortest possible time.

Payment in 30 thousand rubles received 185 residents of the burnt-down village of Byas-Kyuel in Yakutia. One-time financial aid is intended for the purchase of essential goods.

Due to forest fires in Yakutia on August 7 in the village of Byas-Kyuel in the Atamaysky nasleg of the Gorny region of Yakutia 31 residential buildings burned down and eight outbuildings. 


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