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KRYMSK /Krasnodar region/, July 22 (Itar-Tass) —— About one thousand construction teams will be restoring Krymsk.
“They will start working in five days’ time,” the Krymsk region’s headquarters on overcoming of impact from the flood said on Sunday.
The headquarters’ meeting set a goal to finalise by July 26 clearing of all houses, inspection of housing and putting together lists of residents for due compensations and payment.
On July 26, a new stage of restoration of the city will begin. Between 700 and 1,000 teams of professional construction workers will start repairing houses.