Bishkek City Hall is ready to turn off the heating tomorrow if the weather forecasters give a good prognosis, its press service reported to 24.kg news agency.
According to it, today, on March 9, there will be held a planned meeting with all city services, including the Emergency Situations Department. "It will be a collective decision. If the MES and Hydromet confirm that the temperature won't go down in the next ten days, then tonight we will make a decision about turning off the heating," the press service said.
Heating is turned off after order of Bishkek City Hall when the average daily air temperature outside is higher than 8 degrees Celsius for five consecutive days. There is above-zero temperature in the last two weeks in Bishkek, the citizens complain about the heat in the apartments so that they have to open the windows.