MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On November 27, within the framework of rendering assistance to the affected population of Nagorno-Karabakh, the operational group of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, together with representatives of the city administration, are engaged in the distribution and transfer of building materials to the affected population. Also, rescuers continue work to control the restoration of residential buildings before the onset of winter.
So, using the building materials delivered by the Russian Emergencies Ministry to Nagorno-Karabakh, the first 10 apartment buildings will be ready for occupancy in the coming days. In addition, building materials are being distributed to residents of private houses, who also require assistance in rebuilding them.
In addition, a group of rescuers began to survey the surviving schools. Thus, the rescuers examined a secondary school for 200 students in the Ivanyan village of the Askeran district of the city of Stepanakert. EMERCOM employees have estimated the volume of emergency and recovery work to prepare the school for the beginning of the school year. First of all, rescuers will provide assistance in the restoration of glazing, heating systems, as well as school desks. It is planned that the work will be completed by December 1 this year.
Also, the EMERCOM of Russia is currently working on the issue of optimizing the route for the delivery of additional humanitarian aid using railway transport. This will save time for the delivery of goods and, as a result, will speed up the process of rebuilding the infrastructure of the affected areas.
As a reminder, on November 26, an additional group of Russian Emergencies Ministry rescuers arrived in Stepanakert. The building up of the grouping of the rescue department in Nagorno-Karabakh is carried out gradually, taking into account the need to fulfill certain tasks within the framework of the humanitarian mission.
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