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Shepherd sites in Transbaikalia affected by the April fires were restored by 60%

Shepherd sites in Transbaikalia affected by the April fires were restored by 60%
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The Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Trans-Baikal Territory, Marina Kuznetsova, noted during an operational meeting in the regional government that so far, 60% of livestock farms damaged by the April fires in 2019 have been restored. “To date, more than 60 percent of restoration work has been completed. Among all the objects, works were completed at 6 shepherd sites. More than 90 percent of availability at 11 parking lots, from 50 to 90 percent - at 62 facilities, ”the official noted.

Also, Deputy Minister of Construction and Road Facilities Sergey Krivoshchekov said that work is underway in the region to restore residential buildings and bridges that were damaged in the fires. He noted that in the village of Tasyrkhoi of the Borzinsky district, construction of residential houses is nearing completion, bridge structures are being restored. “At the entrance to the village of Aleur of the Nerchinsk region, the bridge, damaged by fire, was almost completely restored. Now they are installing a barrier, ”the official said, adding that all work will be completed by September 15.

Steppe fires in April of this year destroyed 169 residential buildings in Transbaikalia, with 125 completely, 128 shepherd sites and more than 12 thousand livestock. Yuri Trutnev, Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, estimated the total damage caused by the disaster at 1 billion rubles.