Since the 1st of July, 2017, payments for public utility services will grow. New indexes of tariff change have been approved by the Russian Government, the corresponding document was published on the official website of public system for legal information.
Most increase in payments for public utilities will concern the residents of Moscow, Russia’s capital city, where the rise in tariffs will account for 7%. A considerable increase will be in the Russian Far East, the residents of the Yakutia Republic and Kamchatka region will pay 6% more than they do now.
In the Republic of Bashkortostan the tariffs will grow by 5,6%, in the Primorye region – by 5% and in the Jewish Autonomous Region by 4,8%.