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RSD 20,000 to 120,000 for repairing houses in Kraljevo

30. November 2010. | 06:12

Source: Emg.rs

Minister Milan Markovic, the Kraljevo Aid Provision Coordinator of the Serbian government, stated that the citizens whose houses suffered damage during the earthquake will receive financial aid of RSD 20,000 to 120,000 (EUR 1 = RSD 107).

Minister Milan Markovic, the Kraljevo Aid Provision Coordinator of the Serbian government, stated that the citizens whose houses suffered damage during the earthquake will receive financial aid of RSD 20,000 to 120,000 (EUR 1 = RSD 107).

Houses with sixth degree damage will be demolished, and the citizens will be given either a prefab house or the construction material for building a new one.

For the houses with the fourth and fifth damage degree, that is, with 50 – 70 percent damage, the amount of construction materials to be assigned will be determined by a recovery project, the financial aid for the fourth degree being RSD 100,000, and for the fifth RSD 120,000. The aid payment will begin on December 10.

The citizens whose houses have the first, second and third damage degree will receive the amount of construction material that the Commission for Damage Assessment determines, and financial aid of RSD 20,000 for the first degree, RSD 30,000 for the second degree and 40,000 for the third degree damage. The payment will begin after New Year.

Minister Markovic explained that such classification is valid for individual houses, whereas collective residential buildings will be reconstructed according to a special program.

He said that he expects all residential buildings to be reconstructed by the end of 2011, but that the reconstruction of public buildings will probably last longer.


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30. November 2010. 19:24:48



Im and this is another load of crap that the serbian government is regurgitating out its corrupted hole, i've lived here for a few years now and have never to this day seen any significant assistance given to people in need, its just another load of lies to keep that someone in a job,giving a serbian authority to regulate emergency funding is like giving a bear a jar of honey,no one will get a god damn penny and if they happen to get something it will be so insignificant that it won't even be worth the effort, To the people of Kraljevo, dont hold your breath and count on it as you know from previous experience that it is'nt going to happen.and to the serbian government you should be totally ashamed for giving these poor people hope when you know full well that you have no intention in fulfilling your empty promises.


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