The Company supported the Arshan community in Buryatia after mudslide

July 4, 2014

The company’s management reached a collective decision to aid Arshan’s community in its aim to rebuild itself after a severe mudslide leveled a large part of the city. The chief of medical personnel of Arshan resort, Mr. Vladmir Songolov, reached out to INK asking the company to support the reconstruction of the damaged city. Without much hesitation, INK gladly donated 300,000 rubles to the weakened community. Mr. Vladmir Songolov was pleasantly surprised at the speed of the altruistic decision and expressed his gratitude toward the company.
Иркутская нефтяная компания помогла пострадавшим от стихийного бедствия в Аршане

The company’s management reached a collective decision to aid Arshan’s community in its aim to rebuild itself after a severe mudslide leveled a large part of the city.

The chief of medical personnel of Arshan resort, Mr. Vladmir Songolov, reached out to INK asking the company to support the reconstruction of the damaged city. Without much hesitation, INK gladly donated 300,000 rubles to the weakened community. Mr. Vladmir Songolov was pleasantly surprised at the speed of the altruistic decision and expressed his gratitude toward the company.

The disaster itself occurred on June 28th, befalling the small municipality of Arshan of the Republic of Buryatia. As mentioned before, the mudslide destroyed buildings and bridges, injured six people, and ended the life of one civilian. Moreover, the calamity devastated two hospitals, several facilities, and the tourist resorts “Arshan”, “Edelveis”, and “Sayany”.

INK doesn’t just help local communities get back on their feet; it provides abet for those who need it. For example, when in the Far East a massive flood swept away 85 lives and a few hundred edifices in August of 2013, INK selflessly provided 700,000 rubles to the cause. INK does not stand idle while others are in trouble.

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