Peskov responded to a question about walks in Moscow on schedule

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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov responded to the question about how the Kremlin appreciate the initiative of the Moscow city hall to allow citizens to walk through the house-to-schedule. It is quoted by TASS on Thursday, may 28.

“I don’t want to intrude upon the powers of heads of regions and the powers of the [Moscow mayor] Sergei Sobyanin,” he said.

Yesterday at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Sobyanin proposed to allow the public to go for walks since June 1, according to a certain schedule. Such a system, the mayor has proposed to enter into a test mode. He explained that if you allow walking all at once, the street will be crowded, “like at a may day demonstration”.

Later Agency “Interfax” with reference to its sources reported that the schedule for each house will be posted on the website mos.ru. It was noted that the plan to allow citizens to walk three times a week — twice on weekdays and once on weekends.

Also from June 1, the city authorities are planning to allow all non-food trade and household services. In particular, we are talking about laundromats, dry cleaners, repair shops.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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