Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Sergei Zaitsev, during a working trip to the Chelyabinsk region on October 5, instructed the region’s supervisory agencies and territorial prosecutors to strengthen control in the housing and communal services sector. The press service of the regional prosecutor’s office reported this to URA.RU.
“The Deputy Prosecutor General drew attention to the housing and communal services sector. “I set the task of taking additional measures to reduce overdue debts for fuel and energy resources, determine a way to manage more than 500 apartment buildings and accelerate the modernization of utility networks,” the press service explained.
Zaitsev voiced this and a number of other instructions at an operational meeting with the leadership of the region’s supervisory agency and territorial prosecutors. Including problems with the resettlement of dilapidated and dilapidated housing, the provision of apartments for orphans and children without parental care, and shared construction. He also drew attention to the protection of labor rights and the provision of medical care.
On September 5, the Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia arrived on a working visit to the Chelyabinsk region. He met with Governor Alexei Teksler and discussed with him issues of protecting the social rights of citizens.