Putin asked Stavropol Governor-namesake on payouts after floods

Continued: Chaika instructed to conduct an audit after the issue of Putin’s Governor, “Where’s the money?”

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation to check where did the money allocated to support flood-stricken population of Stavropol. It happened on Thursday, June 15, during a straight line of the head of state.

A resident of the village Krasnokumskoye the St George area, have suffered from the disaster in may, has told, that to receive financial aid it is necessary to draw up documents, the total cost of which to the entire family — almost 15 thousand rubles. One-time benefits, she also received.

“It’s very strange, I did not fit in the head,” reacted to the story the President. He was on the air addressed to the Governor of Stavropol, to his namesake, with the question: “Vladimir Vladimirovich, where is the money?” and expressed the hope that the head of the region “today” will be visited by a woman who asked a question.

In late may, the inhabitants of seven settlements in Stavropol Krai was evacuated because of the flooding. It was reported about the threat of dam on Otkaznenskoe reservoir, however, the MOE denied this information.