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CNSU approves emergency supplies for flood-stricken areas in Alba County. Military continue to act in areas affected by floods in Alba county

The National Emergency Management Committee (CNSU) on Monday approved taking out emergency supplies from the state reserves allocating them to Ocolis, Campeni, Sohodol and Rosia Montana in Alba County, all areas heavily affected last week by floods.

Annex to Decision 47 of CNSU comprises a list of the emergency supplies for Alba County:

– 35,000 liters of diesel fuel

– 8 complete modular constructions

– 260 fully furnished beds

– 520 beds

– 8,500 liters of water

– 2,600 cans of meat

– 3,900 cans of pate

The decision was adopted in the aftermath of the July 15-16 floods in the areas of Ocolis, Campeni, Sohodol and Rosia Montana.

 

Citu: Equal sums of money to be given to flood-hit people of Alba county

 

On Sunday, after meeting with the mayors of the communes from Alba County, the most affected by the recent floods, the Prime Minister Florin Citu declared that the people whose households were flooded will receive fixed amounts of money for reconstruction.

“A month and a half ago, we have created the legal framework through which we can give help without the need for a Government meeting, which means that after we receive the evaluation report, people will be able to get financial, material support, everything they need. There is a fixed amount, but if needed, it can be supplemented. At this moment, we have to make sure that people can recover and restore their households as soon as possible,” Citu said.

He added that the fact that there were no casualties is a good thing, while the people have warned each other about the floods’ danger.

” It is a miracle there have not been any victims in the area, given what happened – over 250 liters of water on square meter . Now comes the hard part, in the short term, to restore everything that has broken down. First of all, we start with people’s households, where needed, we have already discussed whether (drinking) water is needed, we will bring containers of 1,000 liters of water as to have drinking water in the area, if there is a need for housing, mattresses, equipment, the Army, I spoke with the general (Nicolae Ciuca, Minister of Defense, ed.n.) for staff, but also heavy equipment to help. All resources will be handled to quickly solve (the situation). First of all, the citizens’ households to be able to return to normal as soon as possible, then we will start with the main roads, as well,” Citu added, according to Agerpres.

The Prime Minister specified that he assured the mayors from Ocolis, Rosia Montana, Campeni and Abrud of all the support from the Government.

“We stand by people during hard times”, interior minister Lucian Bode said in his turn. He gave assurances that the Government can allocate funds for the people affected and start rebuilding roads and securing water supplies.

 

Military continue to act in areas affected by floods in Alba county

 

The military are still acting on Monday in support of the population in areas affected by flooding in the central-western County of Alba.

According to a press release sent by the Ministry of National Defence (MApN), 26 soldiers with four technical means from the 136th Engineers Battalion of Alba-Iulia are carrying out missions in the localities of Ocolis, Sohodol and Rosia Montana for unblocking access points, removing water and alluvium from households and for unclogging drainage gutters from the yards of the local people.

In Rosia Montana, the soldiers are placing modular living containers for the flood victims.

On Saturday, MApN employees acted in the same area with a 15-troop detachment and three technical means, and on Sunday, 21 soldiers with 4 technical means have intervened, at the request of the local authorities, in order to unclog alluviums on traffic routes and to remove the mud and alluviums from the people’s households.

 

Photo: www.gov.ro

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