Chairman of the city parliament Alexander Belsky visited the mobilization center in the Vyborg district. There he talked with the command and mobilized Petersburgers.
As Fontanka learned on September 27, the main questions of citizens concerned credit holidays, payment of alimony, taxes, social guarantees, placement of children in kindergartens and schools, benefits, and work of notaries and registry offices.
Belsky promised to apply today to the notary chamber of St. Petersburg so that it would single out a specialist who would help those mobilized on the spot to draw up all the necessary documents.
“We also heard about the needs that you currently have. Together with the city government, we will try to quickly resolve them this week and provide you with everything you need,” the speaker assured the mobilized citizens.
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