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Heat will return to the houses of Primorye

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Heat supply in Vladivostok will be fully connected by the end of the next day.

Heat supply in the houses of residents of Vladivostok, affected by freezing rain, will be fully resumed on Tuesday. This was reported to journalists by the head of the Primorsky Territory Oleg Kozhemyako.

“We applied to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, to the government, to the leaders of the neighboring regions of the Khabarovsk Territory, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and the Amur Region. Six diesel generators have been sent to us, they will arrive tonight, tonight. We hope to connect all the heat supply in the city of Vladivostok by  by tomorrow evening, - said Oleg Kozhemyako.

On Monday, 12 central heating points will be connected, this will provide heat to the houses of 33 thousand people. residents of the Pervomaisky district of the city, and another 20 thousand will be connected during the night.

Water supply was restored in the city at night. “Energy supply is more difficult. DRSK gives us a plan only for Wednesday. There is a very difficult terrain, a very difficult installation of a high-voltage line in the Goldobin area, the Sea Cemetery, ”said the governor, adding that teams from the Sakhalin Region, DRSK, RusHydro, FSK are working on the site.

In the city of Artyom, about 30 thousand people remain without electricity. residents - about 187 apartment buildings and & nbsp; 8 & nbsp; thousand. private sector houses. By the evening, half of the apartment buildings will be connected, as well as a part of individual houses. The city has heat and water, Kozhemyako specified.

About 17 kindergartens and several schools are closed in the region after bad weather. They are going to be connected to redundant power sources.

On Russky Island, where there are also failures in energy supply, part of the villages will be connected on Tuesday.

About the situation in Primorye

В  On the night of 19 November       bus service and intraregional flights. As a result, more than 180 thousand people living in & nbsp; 73 settlements were left without electricity. Due to power outages in  Vladivostok and Artyom, pumping stations that supply water and heating to the houses of citizens stopped working. On Friday, a state of emergency regional level was introduced in Primorye.

On Sunday, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin instructed the creation of a working group to eliminate the consequences of freezing rain in Primorye and help affected citizens. It included representatives of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Construction, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labor. The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East will coordinate its work. Alexey Chekunkov, head of the Russian Ministry for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, arrived in Vladivostok on Monday on instructions from the Prime Minister.

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