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No Russian citizens were hurt in a strong flood in Jakarta
No Russian citizens were hurt in a strong flood in Jakarta, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. “The Russian Embassy to Indonesia established contact with Russian citizen Vitaly Fisenko, who had been searched for five days since the beginning of the flood. According to available information, he is sound and temporarily moved from the flooded house to the hospital,” the source emphasized. The embassy and other Russian offices in Jakarta “keep working in the regular regime and maintain contact with all Russian citizens and fellow countrymen living in Jakarta. None of them were hurt in the natural disaster,” the Foreign Ministry source pointed out. “Upon the end of torrential rains, which triggered the strongest flood in Jakarta in the recent years, the life in the Indonesian capital is gradually getting back to normal. The communication lines are being restored, the water is being pumped from the flooded districts, evacuated people are returning to their houses,” the source indicated. According to the local police, more than 340,000 people suffered in the flood, and over 200,000 of them became homeless. Fifty-four people died in the flood, thousands of people were hospitalized.
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