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MOSCOW, September 5 (Itar-Tass) - Over 82,000 people affected by flood in the Far East will be provided financial aid, spokesperson to the Emergency Situations Ministry Irina Rossius told Itar-Tass.
“Single financial payoff at the amount of 10,000 rubles will be provided to more than 82,000 residents of the Amur and Magadan regions, the Jewish Autonomous Region, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories, as well as of Yakutia,” Rossius said.
People will be also rendered financial assistance at the sum of 100,000 rubles for lost property, she said.
“Most people who were hit by the flood and who will be paid compensations live in the Amur region (about 39,000 people), Khabarovsk Territory (about 23,500 people) and the Jewish Autonomous Region (8,800 people),” Rossius said.