Russian Emergencies Ministry has formed a comprehensive plan to ensure safe living of the population for the period after 2015, living on contaminated territories, including in the area of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, told RIA Novosti on Thursday, a representative of the organization targeted program planning department.
The work was performed in the framework of the federal target program (FTP) "Overcoming the consequences of radiation accidents until 2015."
The purpose of the program is to ensure the necessary conditions for safe living and farming in the contaminated areas, the completion of works on overcoming the consequences of radiation accidents at the federal level, the creation of methodological, technical and institutional framework for the transfer of further problems related to the contaminated area to the regional level .
Total funding of FTP in 2011-2015 will be 9.28 billion rubles, including the federal budget — 8.36 billion.
"The Action Plan of the federal and regional authorities in the framework of the federal program is formed," — said the source.
As reported earlier, the Ministry by the end of 2015, the country plans to create a unified interagency information system on overcoming the consequences of radiation accidents, which should combine the existing information systems of Russian Emergencies Ministry, Roshydromet Rospotrebnadzor and Sciences.
According to the Emergency Situations Ministry, more than three thousand communities most affected by the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, received passports of radioactively contaminated territories.
As part of the federal program also created a pilot zone automatic system monitoring for protection of the population in the contaminated areas of Kaluga, Kurgan, Oryol, Sverdlovsk, Tula, Bryansk and Chelyabinsk regions.
According to the MOE, the disaster at Chernobyl in 1986 radioactive contamination were 14 subjects of the Russian Federation with a total area of about 60,000 square kilometers, in which more than 3 million people.
The accident at Chernobyl radioactive contamination have also been more than 2 million hectares of agricultural land and about one million hectares of forest land of Russia.
The most polluted areas are Bryansk (dirty 12.1 thousand square kilometers), Kaluga (4.9 thousand square kilometers), Tula (11.6 thousand square kilometers) and Orel (8.9 thousand square kilometers).
In the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident was attended by about 200 thousand Russians.