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Commissions for assessing damage from flooding in Primorye need to be accelerated - EastRussia | Far East






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The work of the commissions on assessing flood damage in Primorye should be accelerated

According to the presidential envoy to the Far East, Yury Trutnev, the work of the commissions for assessing the damage caused by the flood in Primorye should be accelerated

The work of the commissions on assessing flood damage in Primorye should be accelerated
As noted by the Deputy Prime Minister on the basis of the meeting on the progress of emergency and restoration work in Primorye, at the moment the survey commissions are late, stalling. However, people are not always familiar with their rights and obligations.

He stressed that there is no need for the commissions to inspect the houses (plots) affected by flooding several times.

Since the buildings are already without water, therefore, they can be inspected, to decide on them: whether or not to be restored, whether an overhaul is necessary. It is also possible to assess household plots, said Deputy Prime Minister.

During the meeting, it was decided to prepare a regulatory act of the government of the country, which will distribute the responsibilities of federal agencies in the liquidation of the consequences of the flood.

On Thursday, Yuri Trutnev visited the flood-hit areas, accompanied by the Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, on his trip.

In Primorsky Krai, almost 9 thousand people fell into the flood zone, in a state of flooding more than 3 thousand houses. Now houses and homestead territories are already free from water.
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