Ukrainians have paid UAH 214 bln for utilities over a year
According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, from September 2020 to September 2021, Ukrainians have been accrued UAH 222.2 billion for utilities. By the end of September this year, UAH 214.7 billion, or 96.62% of them were paid. However, the Ukrainians still have not paid off their old debts of UAH 61.5 billion.
In September 2021, the population of the country paid UAH 12.2 billion for housing and communal services.
At the same time, the debt for the supply and distribution of natural gas amounted to UAH 23.1 billion, for the supply of heat and hot water – UAH 18.8 billion, for the supply and distribution of electricity – UAH 6.5 billion, for centralized water supply and drainage – UAH 6.4 billion, for the management of an apartment building – UAH 5.5 billion, for the provision of services for the removal of household waste – UAH 1.2 billion.
According to the decrees of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, 7.3 thousand agreements were concluded with the population on the repayment of restructured debts for a total of UAH 76.1 million. The number of payments made, taking into account long-term contracts, amounted to UAH 32.9 million.
At the end of June 2021, the debts for utilities amounted to UAH 66.3 billion.
Tags: gas, electricity, debt, housing and public utilities, thermal energy
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