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The number of unsuitable houses for housing has increased in the Angara region
More than 650 houses in the Irkutsk region were found unsuitable for housing as a result of the flood. These are the results of the re-examination of the premises.
According to Vice Prime Minister Vitaliy Mutko, 1 454 people submitted applications for re-examination. As a result, the number of houses unsuitable for living has increased; people living there need to be resettled. 140 premises are yet to be re-examined.
According to TASS, after the June floods in the Angara region, 5 718 houses were declared unsuitable. Of these, 1 324 are individual residential buildings. Overhaul is planned to be carried out in 3 458 rooms, more than 10 thousand people live in them.
Earlier it was reported that in the Angara region over 300 familiesflood victims were able to acquire housing in return for the property lost through housing certificates. At the same time, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Vitaliy Mutko, this process is too slow.