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Regional authorities accuse Khabarovsk city hall of sabotage

Regional authorities accuse Khabarovsk city hall of sabotage
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The government of the Khabarovsk Territory accused the administration of the regional capital of sabotage. Due to delays of city officials, in Khabarovsk from 1 June social cards may not work - as a result, seven thousand people will find themselves without privileged travel on public transport.

The city administration claims that the Moscow company “New Generation”, which won the competition for servicing the cards, does not enter into a dialogue and does not provide the mayor’s office with the necessary technical documentation in order to properly set up equipment that is already installed in public transport. This concerns encryption algorithms for personal data.

However, the company “New Generation” declares the opposite - the mayor’s office does not want to provide data and find compromises. According to the executive director of the company, Kirill Pozdnyakov, the officials do this because they see the company as a competitor of the municipal enterprise MBU Khabarovsk KHMC, which is the operator of the travel system Electronic Travel Card-Khabarovsk. Muscovites must integrate their system into it in order to accept discount cards.

“We sent our integration proposals from April 13, but did not receive adequate feedback, did not build a dialogue with us. In order for the system to work from 1 June, we need the city administration to stop blocking our initiatives and transmit the minimum information we need, ”said Kirill Pozdnyakov.

It was assumed that from June 1 beneficiaries will be able to pay the fare with special cards that carry the personal data of the owner and will transfer money every month to pay the fare. Now it is not known whether this scheme will work on time.

“To date, eight thousand applications for a social transport card have been submitted, seven thousand of which are residents of Khabarovsk. If this project does not work with 1 June, they will be affected by this situation. Therefore, now we need to solve this problem as soon as possible, ”said Natalya Nelyubina, Deputy Minister of Social Protection of the Khabarovsk Region.

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