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MOSCOW, July 18 (Itar-Tass) — Over 100 people have addressed the Prosecutor General’s temporary reception in the flood-hit town of Krymsk to ask about compensations, the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
The reception has begun working since July 17.
“Deputy Prosecutor General Sergei Vorobyov, chief of the department for reception of citizens Anatoly Khrulkov and Krasnodar Territory prosecutor Leonid Korzhinek discuss several addresses of citizens,” the Prosecutor General’s Office said.
“Citizens’ requests were mainly related to compensations due to the total loss of property and transport damage as a result of the flood. Over 60 people disagreed with local authorities’ measures not to include them in the list for receiving compensations,” the Prosecutor General’s Office said.
Another 18 addresses regarded the procedure for paying pecuniary compensations to citizens who were caused harm to health during the emergency situation.