Residents only in the Commander Islands village Nikolsky deficient staples due to lingering storms, preventing the supply of food to the islands, according to the regional government.
Delivery of goods to the village of Nikolskoye — district center and is the only town Aleutian Kamchatka region — is only possible by sea. However, due to a succession of cyclones passing over Kamchatka, as well as a failure of one of the first two ships in the region, capable of technical characteristics operate flights to winter navigation, the products did not deliver on the Commander about a month.
According to the district administration, in stores Nicholas completely over meat, flour, butter and vegetable oil, eggs, vegetables and fruits. Flour for the village bakery allocated to military duty. Yeast and vegetable oil loaned from the public.
According to provincial authorities, for loading products for village Nikolsky Thursday rose ship "Urup."
"On board" Urup "is loaded 20 tons of products 600 products, including flour, oil, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and meat. If weather conditions prevent the ship will enter the Commanders on February 1," — are reported words of the director of GUP "Kamchatprodsnab" Ivan Sirbu.
On return to the Commander "Urup" make a second flight and take another 20 tons of food. Kamchatka Krai Government decided to organize a social in St. Nicholas magazine. Commercial Real Estate SUE "Kamchatprodsnab" where the products will be sold at a price lower than commercial, already purchased and equipped.
"Two days after the release of" Urup "from the port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky products are already on store shelves. Later the food supply will be stable and will not have more interruptions," — said Sirbu.
Such social shops are open from August 2012 to Penzhina, Olyutorskii, Karaginsky Tigil metropolitan regions and in Palana. Products are sent to northern Kamchatka directly from Vladivostok, passing the port of Petropavlovsk and intermediaries. Such a scheme of delivery saves 20-30% of the final cost of production.
In the village of Saint Nicholas currently home to about 700 people.