Sobyanin said it is unlikely the move of the authorities to New Moscow


MOSCOW, October 24. /TASS/. Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has called it unlikely that the moving of the capital city officials and Federal authorities in New Moscow. He stated this in an interview with “Vedomosti”.

“According to Federal authorities – it seems that Yes (the project for the relocation of closed). But we are less concerned about. New Moscow – it not only for Federal officials, but for Muscovites, – said Sobyanin. Why? To all Muscovites went to the Kommunarka? We work with a huge number of people. And who would be better, if I can sit in Tver, 13, and somewhere in the area of Troitsk? That would be you me now to go.”

He explained that the first New Moscow was built up for additional jobs, new housing, additional parks and “the project for development of infrastructure of entertainment.”

“Just in case, about 600-700 thousand people work in our immediate obedience. This is a huge Corporation – thousand institutions, with whom we must interact on a daily basis: schools, hospitals, objects of culture… to quit and go away? This is a dubious idea,” – said the capital’s mayor.

About possible relocation authorities in New Moscow at various levels it was since the accession of the former suburban areas and increasing the capital by 2.5 times, from July 2012. The representatives of Rosimushchestvo, which is in charge of the building of a number of Federal ministries and agencies, in particular, in 2013, referred to the increase in the membership of the Executive authorities – for example, the creation of the Ministry of construction and housing and communal services of the Russian Federation, the extension of the Ministry of the Far East.

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