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The Russian government will help Transbaikal restore the flood-bridged bridges

From the budget of the Trans-Baikal Territory and road funds, over 164 million rubles have been allocated to eliminate the consequences of the flood, ten thousand rubles have been paid to the victims. This was sent more than 18 million rubles. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at a meeting at the Russian president said that the government of Russia will send financing for the restoration and repair of 35-and bridges washed in the Trans-Baikal region.

Also, Dmitry Medvedev instructed the agencies to promptly formulate lists of victims as a result of an emergency situation, to pay them as soon as possible material assistance. For those who lost housing due to high water, officials should prepare the documents necessary for the provision of public housing certificates.

According to Yevgeny Zinichev, the Minister for Emergency Situations and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters, appraisal commissions continue to work in the region. Preliminary damage has already exceeded one billion rubles, but the final figure, according to the official, is too early to speak, because the situation has not yet been completed.

Flood already exceeded the 1991 year. Since 8 July as a result of prolonged downpours and melting snow in the mountains in the territories of ten municipalities of the region, the water level in the rivers has risen. As a result, there were 30 settlements in the flooding zone, more than 730 houses, where more than five thousand people live.