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Sanatorium "Kuldur" in the Jewish Autonomous Region may be closed due to debts on housing and communal services

Sanatorium "Kuldur" in the Jewish Autonomous Region may be closed due to debts on housing and communal services
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In the Jewish Autonomous Region, the sanatorium "Kuldur" may be closed due to non-payment of utilities. The amount of debts exceeded 60 million rubles.

According to the press service of the JAO government, the main shareholder of the sanatorium remains the Khabarovsk regional union of trade unions. The debt collection litigation has been going on for several months, but so far they have led nowhere: the company continues to evade paying bills.

On the territory of the Kuldur urban settlement, only one organization provides water supply and sewerage services - MUP "Kuldur". The sanatorium is the largest consumer in the municipality. But the multi-million dollar debt paralyzes the work of the municipal unitary enterprise, which cannot pay, including taxes and electricity bills. MUP's accounts are blocked, wage arrears are beginning to accumulate.

In order to influence the management of the sanatorium, the municipal unitary enterprise is considering the option of shutting off the sewage from the territory of the health resort, which will make work here impossible. As noted by Galina Sokolova, Deputy Prime Minister of the Jewish Autonomous Region, she hopes that the two enterprises will be able to come to an agreement. Termination of the sanatorium is not in the interests of the regional government.

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