The government has agreed to pay 2.4 million euros. Where will the money go?

At Wednesday’s meeting, the government set aside more than 2,401,902 euros from the chapter of the General Treasury Report to cover expenses related to 15 extraordinary events, such as landslides, fires, floods, storms and collapse of the roof.

Of this amount, more than 2,200,432 euros should go to the district offices at reimbursement of expenses for landslides, 164,059 euros will go to cover expenses caused by fires. Funds will also be set aside to cover expenses caused by floods (€ 26,326), a storm (€ 4772) or a crash roofs (6310 euros).

The highest amount, above EUR 1,438,430, was set aside for remediation rock cave Smetlička in the village Mojtín, where there was an extraordinary event declared due to the threat of landslides. Over 741,404 euros, it should direct the rescue work carried out during the declared emergency situation in the village of Červený Kameň. The reason was a landslide yet in April 2012.

The funds will go to the district offices of Čadca, Gelnica, Ilava, Košice, Levoča, Nitra, Poprad, Púchov, Spišská Nová Ves, Trnava and Žilina, where these extraordinary events happened.

At Wednesday’s meeting, the government set aside more than 2,401,902 euros from the chapter of the General Treasury Report to cover expenses related to 15 extraordinary events, such as landslides, fires, floods, storms and collapse of the roof.

Of this amount, more than 2,200,432 euros should go to the district offices at reimbursement of expenses for landslides, 164,059 euros will go to cover expenses caused by fires. Funds will also be set aside to cover expenses caused by floods (€ 26,326), a storm (€ 4772) or a crash roofs (6310 euros).

The highest amount, above EUR 1,438,430, was set aside for remediation rock cave Smetlička in the village Mojtín, where there was an extraordinary event declared due to the threat of landslides. Over 741,404 euros, it should direct the rescue work carried out during the declared emergency situation in the village of Červený Kameň. The reason was a landslide yet in April 2012.

The funds will go to the district offices of Čadca, Gelnica, Ilava, Košice, Levoča, Nitra, Poprad, Púchov, Spišská Nová Ves, Trnava and Žilina, where these extraordinary events happened.