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In the Leningrad region 75 thousand residents of Vsevolozhsk were left without hot water from-for debts of management companies before “Gazprom Mezhregiongaz St. Petersburg”. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the press service of the Vsevolozhsk district of the region.
As of may 29, resource-supplying organization “Vsevolozhskii thermal networks” did not pay to “Gazprom” debt of 41 million rubles. This amount includes the debt for gas supplies in March (7 million) and April (34 million rubles), said the Agency representatives “Gazprom Mezhregiongaz St. Petersburg”.
Gazprom also said that with the company-debtor has concluded an agreement about installment payments before may 27, which was not performed. Because of this, in Vsevolozhsk has restricted gas supply to four boilers. The company added that when the debt is paid, the gas boilers will immediately resume.
According to representatives of the government of Leningrad region, debt repayment will begin on Wednesday, may 29. The company “Gazprom Mezhregiongaz St. Petersburg”, in turn, has agreed to resume gas supply after receipt of the first part of the debt.
“We expect that the water will be today”, — said the Agency interlocutor.
The warning, posted on the website of the organization-debtor, it is noted that according to the “Rules of the limited supply (supplies) and gas extraction”, the company is forced to abandon the hot water that does not meet the requirements to quality of utilities.
Earlier, the Russians expressed their indignation in social networks due to the start of the annual shutdown of hot water in homes, which was launched in may. Some wondered why the system is still not in place so that the population is not left without hot water, while others complained that it happened without warning.
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