The situation in the Western region should stabilize before the end of the week.
At the meeting of the state Commission on questions tekhnogenno-ecological safety and emergency situations in the environment. On 24 June, adopted a complex of urgent measures on overcoming the consequences of natural disasters in Western regions of Ukraine, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
The meeting participants heard reports on the situation in the flood affected areas and the extent of the damage.
According to forecasts Ukrgidromettsentra, the flood situation in the Western region should stabilize before the end of the week. Now in all regions, precipitation is gradually stopped. However, it is still possible a significant increase of water in reservoirs of the region, in particular in the Dniester river.
Among the measures taken for overcoming of consequences of elements provides:
- continuous monitoring of the hydrological situation on the rivers of the region for timely action;
- the overall livelihoods of the affected and evacuated population;
- supervision over the sanitary and epidemiological situation in order to prevent outbreaks of infectious diseases due to contamination of wells.
In addition, prior to July 1, must be organized survey of destroyed and damaged buildings and road infrastructure to determine the size of the damage and determine the amount of funds needed for their restoration; the affected population should receive financial assistance from the state.
Ministry of the interior should organize the protection of critical infrastructure, buildings and property of the population evacuated from the dangerous areas.
Tomorrow will be an extraordinary meeting of the government, which will consider the question of liquidation of consequences of bad weather, in particular the plan to allocate funds for elimination of consequences of elements.
“We know what to do and have a coherent plan. First we need to help people now to give them water, food and shelter. We will master the situation and begin to restore the infrastructure and housing in the affected regions”, — concluded the Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal.
Only in Ivano-Frankivsk region destroyed 110 km of roads, 90 bridges and 1850 m of coastal fortifications, damaged 427,5 km of roads and 130 bridges.