June 18
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There are two casualties and two people are missing because of the floods that hit Armenia’s northern provinces, Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Gnel Sanosyan told Lurer.

The minister noted that there are many problems with other infrastructures, in particular with power grids, gas pipelines, drinking water, some of those problems cannot be inventoried at the moment.

"We have several settlements whose bridges connecting to the M6 road have collapsed, we have a road in the middle of the field, now our partners are working to improve that road to a certain extent, to be able to take care of the primary needs there,” he said adding that they try to solve the problems step by step.  

“We have a problem on the M4 road section in the Dilijan area, where a collapse occurred," he added.

Heavy rains on May 26 caused floods in Armenia’s north, destroying roads and bridges and cutting off several villages and towns. Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan visited the disaster area.



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