"At present, the third flood wave is under way on the Amur, the Amur level is growing slightly until the end of the week, on this the third flood wave could be considered completed, but we are facing the fourth flood wave," RIA Novosti quotes him.
Earlier, the Ministry of Emergency Situations warned of approaching floods to Khabarovsk.
Earlier, the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergei Furgal said that in the worst-case scenario of the development of the flood situation in the region, 115 settlements could be in the flood zone.
The flood in the Amur Region began in the second half of July, then it spread to other regions. The emergency regime in the Amur region began to operate on July 25, in the Khabarovsk Territory - on the 30th (in all areas except Ayano-Maysky and Okhotsk), and in the Jewish Autonomous Region - on August 1.