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Trans-Baikal governor asked Medvedev to allocate more than 200 housing certificates for fire victims

The governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Konstantin Ilkovsky appealed to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev with a request to allocate more 200 state housing certificates and their financing from the federal budget in order to provide housing to affected citizens, Eastbussia's press service told the Trans-Baikal region government.

Earlier in Media Ilkovsky’s statement appeared that the victims of the fires should not hope for the construction of new houses.

As EastRussia explained, in the press service of the Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory, the head of the region literally meant the following: “Work with the federal center for compensation for damage and the construction of new houses for the victims will be carried out in an intensive mode, but one cannot count on an instant solution to the issue. The experience of past years shows that, unfortunately, the term for the provision of financial resources is about 1,5-2 years. One of the main tasks facing the regional government today is to quickly assess the damage caused by fires. The work of the operational evaluation commission has been organized, which will calculate the number of victims and the damage caused to their property. The regional authorities will form an application to the federal center for compensation payments for the victims. "

Recall that the fire completely destroyed 203 residential and 284 country houses, 34 houses are partially damaged. Preliminary material damage is over 460 million rubles.

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