“This sum includes not just damage caused to the building by the
explosion, but also expenses on providing food, accommodation, and
medical aid to its residents,” he said.
The members of the commission decided to confer a regional status to
the emergency situation that occurred because of the explosion at the
building, and appealed to the Cabinet of Ministers to allocate money to
tackle the problem.
“We’re taking a decision to confer a regional status to the emergency
situation happened at 2B Slynko Street and ask the Cabinet of Ministers
for material support to respond to the consequences of the emergency.
On the basis of this decision today, all of the necessary materials will
be prepared in order hand them to Premier Mykola Azarov tomorrow,” said
the first deputy head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration,