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6 million rubles will be allocated by Transbaikalia to repair bridges burned in steppe fires - EastRussia | Far East






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6 million rubles will be allocated by Transbaikalia for the repair of bridges burned in the steppe fires

6 million rubles will be allocated by Transbaikalia for the repair of bridges burned in the steppe fires

The Trans-Baikal Territory will receive 6 million rubles from the federal budget for the repair of three automobile bridges burned up as a result of April natural fires. This was announced by Deputy Head of the Department of Road Management of the Ministry of Territorial Development of the Trans-Baikal Territory Vladimir Leukhin at the operational meeting on emergency response in the region.

At the moment, reconstruction work is underway in Transbaikalia to eliminate the steppe fires that inflicted cumulative damage on 1 billion rubles in April this year, according to the assessment of the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation, Yuri Trutnev. In Transbaikalia, bridges, shepherd sites, agricultural infrastructure and residential buildings are being restored. Recall that the fire destroyed 169 apartment buildings, and 125 completely, 128 shepherd sites burned down and more than 12 thousand livestock were killed.

Earlier, Minister of Agriculture of the Trans-Baikal Territory Denis Bochkarev saidthat the restoration of shepherd sites should be completed by September 15 of this year. He stressed that the regional authorities tightly control the activities of contractors engaged in the restoration of livestock farms, in particular, groups that control the design and estimate documentation of the contractor and the amount of work performed go to all facilities weekly.