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The money will be used for compensations to the people living there and to cover the expenses for temporary accommodations.
The government has ordered to reimburse $7 million the expenses of the state reserve, which were used for the aid in the regions.
In May-June heavy rains caused high water in Siberia, where 12,000 houses (where 12,000 live) were flooded. The emergency situation has claimed lives. The damage to the agricultural sector is estimated at $2.5 million.
In Khakassiya’s 22 settlements 4,200 people were in the flooded area. Now the situation in the Altai Republic has improved, the water has gone from all the settlement there. In the Altai territory under water remain 12,000 hectares of agricultural lands, and still flooded are 15 villages and some parts of the regional centres - Barnaul and Biisk.
The rescue operation in Siberia features 17,000 people and 5,000 specialised vehicles.