13 August 2010, 13:00

In Dagestan, fire victims get humanitarian aid

Foodstuffs and articles of prime necessity arrived from Ingushetia and Khasavyurt to villagers of Anchikh, Akhvakh District of Dagestan, who suffered from fire. Every fire victim received 10,000 roubles.

"We received flour, sugar, mattresses and other necessary things from Ingushetia. A similar help has arrived from Khasavyurt. Magomedzagid Muslimov, Deputy of the National Assembly of Dagestan, allocated 100,000 roubles of his own money; money also arrived from residents of Karat village, Akhvakh District, who also rendered the most active help in fire extinguishing," Batyr Magomedov, head of Anchikh, told the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent.

Magomedov also said that all fire victims have already found some housing. "Some of them live with relatives, others - in the school building and other office buildings."

Author: Akhmed Magomedov; Source: CK correspondent

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