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MINSK, August 21 (Itar-Tass) —— Belarus will restore a school destroyed by the flood in the Russian city of Krymsk and will supply it with the necessary furniture and equipment. This is stated in a resolution on international humanitarian aid adopted by the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus, the press service of the Belarussian government reported on Tuesday.
Under the resolution, the Belarussian Ministry of Architecture and Construction will deliver building materials, while Belarussian building workers will carry out repair and finishing works, will dismantle the damaged fencing and install new one, and will coat the schoolyard and the sports ground. These repairs and reconstruction will cost over 3.9 billion Belarussian rubles (roughly 15 million Russian rubles).
In addition, the government instructed the Bellesbumprom concern to supply the school in Krymsk with sets of classroom furniture, tables and chairs, cabinet units, benches, bookstacks. The Belarussian Ministry of Education will deliver a set of classroom computer equipment for the school in Krymsk. The total cost of furniture and educational equipment will make up over 700 million Belarussian rubles.
Belarus sent to flood-hit Krymsk two large consignments of humanitarian aid in the first days after the natural disaster. An Il-76 aircraft carried from Minsk canned meat and milk, drinking water, bedclothing, towels, toiletries, and medicines. Refrigerators, gas stoves, microwave ovens, as well as several thousand sets of bed linen then came from Belarus.