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Trans-Baikal fire victims will receive humanitarian aid from St. Petersburg
The state institution "Center for International Relations" of St. Petersburg delivered more than two tons of humanitarian aid to victims of the April wildfires in Transbaikalia. This is reported on the website of the institution.
The cargo consisted of 400 liters of bottled drinking water, about a ton of products for long-term storage, as well as clothing, pillows, towels, bedding sets, children's toys and much more. Until the end of this week, humanitarian aid will be delivered to the village of Lower Casucha. Residents of St. Petersburg, who donated both money and things, food and medicine to the victims of the disaster, were attracted to the collection of products.
Earlier it was reported that according to preliminary estimates, the cumulative damage caused by the April steppe fires is estimated by the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation Yuri Trutnev in 1 billion rubles. the fire destroyed 169 houses, and 125 completely, burned down 128 of herding sites and killed more than 12 thousand livestock. Victims are paid compensation, housing is provided, and the right to an extraordinary receipt of land. In particular, the Government of the Russian Federation singled out from the reserve fund 450 million rubles for the construction or purchase of new housing for fire victims.