In 2017, the Moscow city Parliament will address the issue of imposing a ban on the placement of hostels in residential buildings in the run-up to World Cup, which is to be held in Russian major cities in 2018, Chairman of this legislative body, Alexey Shaposhnikov, said on Tuesday.
“In the run-up to 2018 World Cup, we must support "civilized" hostels. It is therefore necessary to amend the housing code for the purpose to establish an outright ban on the placement of hostels in residential premises. We will work on this issue, too,” he said.
Alexey Shaposhnikov also pointed out that next year the MPs will consider regulating the use of drones.