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Ministry of Environment will additionally examine the canal at the site of the collapse of the ground on the Bureya - EastRussia | Far East






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The Ministry of Environment will additionally examine the canal at the site of the collapse of the ground on the Bureya

Specialists of the Ministry of Nature of Russia additionally examine the canal, which the military created on the Bureysky reservoir in the Khabarovsk Territory after the ground has disappeared. Now the ground is not so frozen, the hill is crumbling, it is possible that another rock gathering may occur, which again will block the channel.

After an additional survey, experts will decide whether to carry out deeper work at the site or to make an additional channel in the rubble. Now its throughput is only 5% of the regulatory status of the channel. According to the press service of the regional government, in the summer when the snow melts and heavy rains, the river will flood, the water will flood the village Chekunda. Regional authorities have already formed a maneuverable fund - about 40 apartments in the village of Central Electric Networks and four - in Chegdomyn. Also in the budget reserved 17 million rubles, which will be sent to redecorating the premises.

To resettle the residents of Chekundy, 97 apartments and 322 million rubles are needed, the government of the Khabarovsk Territory asked for money from the federal authorities. The decision on the allocation of material assistance will be taken by the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Construction and the Emercom of Russia.

Emergencies Minister Evgeny Zinichev, who visited the site of the collapse, ordered an additional task force to be sent to the village. Rescuers will arrive there on April 15 and will stay there until the summer. Another group of specialists has already set up camp on the site of the dam.

In early February, the military eliminated the collapse of the Bureisk reservoir in the Khabarovsk Territory. They made a channel for the passage of water and stated that the hydrological regime was restored, the threat of flooding of settlements and the Baikal-Amur Mainline is no longer. Later, however, scientists said that the explosions and the channel created with their help, will not solve the landslide problem. The threat of flooding Chekundy remain. According to the forecasts of scientists, this year the village will definitely flood, and in four years the settlement may completely disappear under water.