Moscow region authorities must do more to help small and medium-sized businesses that find themselves in difficult situation because of rising rental costs, said Vladimir Putin. The Russian President instructed to continue monitoring the situation and an analysis of what is happening in this area.
MOSCOW, 30 Dec. The Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the authorities of Moscow region to continue to monitor the situation with rising cost of rental for the small and medium business in connection with the transition to the cadastral registration.
In June the head of state at a meeting with Moscow region Governor Andrei Vorobyov called for a continued effort to help small and medium-sized businesses that find themselves in difficult situation because of rising rental costs.
“I wanted to say about the instruction You gave me, on measures to support social businesses. It is clear that he always low-profitable, unprofitable, and You made a comment about the cost of a municipal lease,” — said Vorobyov at the meeting with Putin on Wednesday.
“It’s not just my comments – people complain,” he said.
The Governor informed that the region has accepted the decision according to which each municipality makes social business a 50 percent discount.
“For the next three years moratorium. Plus has allocated additional money to cover expenses, for example, for the purchase of equipment. It may be small amounts, but very important, because the business itself is small, 500-700 thousand rubles, comes to a million,” — said Vorobyov.
The President instructed to continue monitoring the situation. “I still ask You to analyze what is happening in this area, to see how you work,” he said.
During the meeting the President touched upon the issues of the social sphere. The Governor said that in Moscow suburbs it was possible to eliminate the queue in kindergartens with the help of Federal support, built 350 preschools, and about 40 more will be completed in the first quarter of 2016.
“Now turn to the elimination of the second shift,” added the Governor.