Zelensky came to the Luhansk region from-for forest fires


The President was to visit Bukovina.

The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky arrived with a working trip to Lugansk region in connection with large-scale forest fires in Novoaydarsky district, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Browser.

As reported on the website of the head of state, Zelensky will examine the fire and hear the report of the Chairman of the Lugansk regional state administration and representatives of the SSES emergency situation.

Together with the President to the Luhansk region went to the head of the Office of the President Andriy Yermak, the Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov.

“Now there is information about 5 dead. By the end we have final data. We already know about the destruction of 24 buildings, 59 have severe damage. Priority – people. Relocation handled by the head of the regional state administration. We decided to provide 300 thousand UAH to each family who lost a house to buy a new home. Separately, we highlight 20 thousand hryvnias to each person to maintain” said Zelensky.

In addition, he took the decision to use the region’s aviation. As Avakov noted, a feature of this solution is the proximity of the separation line and a lack of understanding on the part of the occupiers.

“We put a task before the end of the day to fully localize all the lesions, so that even if the wind rises, like yesterday, we didn’t have any risk,” he said.

Recall, July 6, near S. Skalonivka Luhansk region on the territory of Borovsky and Okhtyrka of the forest arose a forest fire on the area of about 50 hectares.

On the morning of 7 July, the fire was localized, but due to gusty winds and high air temperatures occurred the spread of fire in the village Smolyaninovo of the Novoaydarsky area. Also continues to fire near the village Kapitanova, an area of about 40 hectares.

The police of the Luhansk region reported that confirmed the death of 4 citizens, the location of one citizen is not established. Evacuated 27 people, including 22 children. The fire destroyed 23 homes, 59 damaged.