Liksutov: Moscow authorities are not against stalls at the station, as long as they were safe

Liksutov: Moscow authorities are not against stalls at the station, as long as they were safe


MOSCOW, February 9. Moscow authorities do not set a goal to eliminate all trading pavilions near the metro, it is only about the illegal buildings that do not meet the requirements of comfort and safety of passengers. On Tuesday the Deputy mayor of Moscow Maxim Liksutov.

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“Illegal structures threaten the safety of subway passengers. We are not opposed to trade – the more, the better. But we are for the safety and comfort of passengers. First, we built a one stall, added a second, and erected over it the second floor”, – he told on air of radio station “Echo of Moscow”. In such conditions, according to the Deputy mayor, “on the safety and the comfort can’t speak”.

In the night of 8 to 9 February in Moscow began the dismantling of the 97 objects of unauthorized construction. In December, the Moscow government adopted the decree “About measures on provision of demolition of unauthorized constructions on certain territories of the city of Moscow”, providing for the demolition of 104 objects.

In the list of objects subject to demolition, were the shopping center “Pyramid” at metro station “Pushkin”, built above the entrance of metro station “Sukharevskaya”, building on the area of Savelovsky station, the extension to the subway station “Sokol”, the stalls near the metro station “Kropotkin”, “Arbat” and “Ulitsa 1905 goda”, etc.