Hot water can only come with a new heating season.
The city lost hot water due to debt Mariupolteplomerezha, the website of the city.
As stated by the mayor of the city Vadim Boychenko, Mariupol has reached its limit and has no gas reserves. Debt Mariupolteplomerezha is 850 million hryvnia, and for a year he managed to repay only 70 million.
“If we’re lucky, we get a program of debt restructuring for 5 years, then we will write off all interest and charges. Will remain 480 million hryvnia, which is only 8 million per month,” said Boychenko.
According to him, residents of the city simply “put in such conditions”, when the administration was forced to turn off the hot water.
It is also reported that now they will decide about the installation of boilers in kindergartens and other institutions.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that in Ivano-Frankivsk partially restore the heating season in hospitals and schools in the city due to a significant reduction in temperature.
In Zaporozhye provide heat to the hospital and send students home