Disconnection from housing and communal services in the Moscow region will be considered as an emergencyMay 29, 2017
During the conference call, which was attended by city and district leaders, Deputy Governor of the Moscow Region Ruslan Tsalikov said that from now on every disconnection of residents of the region from any kind of public services would be considered an emergency. In turn, according to the official, this would entail serious consequences.
Recall that a little earlier, the regional governor Sergei Shoigu ordered an audit on the provision of housing and communal services. As the audit showed, as of today, the population pays for services received in a timely and regular manner. Despite this, total debts continue to grow rapidly, a clear confirmation of which is the situation with Mezhregiongaz alone, the debt to which is more than 5.8 billion rubles.
In connection with the arisen debts for housing and communal services, in April of this year in several areas of the Moscow region town of Sergiev Posad hot water was turned off. As a result, more than 15 thousand people suffered because of this. In response to such actions, representatives of Gazprom Mezhregiongaz Moscow claim that the total debt of organizations providing utility services to the population has already reached 360 million rubles.
Considering the current situation, Andrei Sharov, who holds the position of head of the Moscow Region government, ordered the creation of a preventive system that will not allow any sudden blackouts of water, gas or electricity in the Moscow Region in the future.