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KRASNODAR, July 15 (Itar-Tass) —— For restoration of Krymsk, the federal and regional budgets will allocate nearly nine billion roubles, Governor of the Krasnodar Territory Alexander Tkachev said on Sunday during the daily inspection of the city.
"The governor has checked the work of headquarters in the cities and districts of the territory, listened to the reports of their heads and talked to residents of Krymsk," the governor’s press service told Itar-Tass.
At the first headquarters Tkachev visited, work dozens of residents from Novokubansk district, which is near Armavir city. They carry water to homes they patronage, remove waste, distributing humanitarian aid, primarily - bedding and personal hygiene items.
Head of the Novokubansk district Roman Arkhipov told the governor that headquarters members had completed inspection of houses, visited every family, decided on the amount of aid. Particular attention is paid to children, retirees and the disabled. All those who cannot come to the headquarters, are visited at home, they receive hot meals, and help with paperwork and reimbursement procedures.
At Anapa headquarters, the governor discussed work of local police and volunteers, visited a field kitchen. According to local residents, the headquarters of Anapa are considered exemplary. It offers not only a large dining room, a bathroom, toilets, but also has two ambulance cars. Residents may use facilities for free telephone calls.
"Thank you, that you took our grief as your personal one, that you have not left us on our own in this misfortune," residents of Krymsk told the governor. In Krymsk every second person suffered from the terrible floods of July 7.
"This is our common misfortune, and you will not be left alone. We will restore the city, social facilities and the infrastructures. We will build a new neighbourhood, which will have a school and hospital. On the revival of Krymsk the federal and regional budgets will allocate almost nine billion roubles," - Tkachev said.