Khabarovsk summer residents ask for increased compensation for the lost crop

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In the Khabarovsk Territory, summer residents are asking for increased compensation for the crop drowned as a result of the flood on the Amur. This was reported to the IA “Khabarovsk Territory Today” in the interdistrict union of gardeners.

As the chairman of the associations Natalya Mitina said, in 2019 summer residents received 10 thousand rubles of compensation. This year, taking into account all the prevailing circumstances, including coronavirus infection and the increase in prices for vegetables in stores and markets, summer residents asked to increase the payment to 15 thousand rubles.

The chairmen of the associations of gardeners have already prepared all the information about the loss of crops on the islands within the boundaries of Khabarovsk and the Khabarovsk region. It is assumed that 2,210 summer residents can count on compensation.

The proposals were sent to the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, the regional Ministry of Agriculture, the Regional Duma and the Khabarovsk City Hall. According to the information agency “Khabarovsk Territory Today”, the decision will be made after the end of the flood on the Amur.

On the morning of October 12, 52 settlements in seven districts of the region remain in the flood zone. 2212 land plots, 145 household plots, 1783 summer cottages, as well as 67 road sections and seven houses were flooded.

Over 100 people and 20 pieces of equipment are involved in the elimination of emergencies; evaluation commissions of 267 people are working.

On September 30, in two districts of the Khabarovsk Territory, an emergency regime was introduced due to floods. Thus, the regime has already spread to 12 municipalities in the region.

On September 24, Deputy Minister of Emergency Situations Viktor Yatsutsenko announced that the head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry would introduce an interregional emergency regime due to the flood situation in the Khabarovsk Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region.

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