The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine began drafting a bill to raise prices for housing and communal services after the end of cold weather
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine began to develop a bill to raise prices for housing and communal services (HUS) at the end of the heating season in the country, said the head of the National Commission for State Regulation in the Energy and Utilities (NKREKU), Konstantin Ushchapovsky. His words are reported by RIA Novosti.
“Now the government, together with us, together with the Ministry of Energy, is looking for the best way to develop a program according to which, after the end of the heating season, it will be possible to return to the issue of raising tariffs,” he said.
Ushchapovsky noted that the increase in housing and communal services tariffs after the end of the cold weather will make it possible to raise salaries for employees of critical infrastructure enterprises and direct the funds received to restore destroyed energy facilities.
Earlier, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov said that the Russian Armed Forces could launch a new offensive in Ukraine on the occasion of the approaching anniversary of the start of a special military operation (SVO).