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The head of Buryatia asked Putin for a delay in collecting loans

The head of Buryatia asked Putin for a delay in collecting loans
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During a meeting with the president, the head of Buryatia, Alexei Tsydenov, asked Vladimir Putin to postpone the enforcement proceedings for past-due loans last year. The president promised to consider this issue.

Tsydenov explained that according to the data of January 1 of this year, 96 thousand enforcement proceedings in Buryatia, every fifth resident of the republic of working age has a small overdue loan issued for domestic needs. Because of this, payments from the employment service are written off, like unemployment benefits, arrests are placed on accounts.

The head of the republic asked Putin to consider the possibility of transferring enforcement proceedings for six months. According to him, the banks have already shown these loans as overdue, all the standards of the Central Bank are taken into account for their deterioration, so they will not get any worse.

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