At least 4,509 low-income families in Bishkek will be provided with free coal. This was announced today at a meeting of the Republican head office on preparation for the autumn-winter period by the Deputy Mayor of the capital Erkin Isakov.
According to him, each family will be provided with 1.5 tones of solid fuel. Totally, there will be purchased 6,076 tons of coal. Tenders have already been announced. The results will be known by July 22.
Recipients of the free fuel traditionally take it out at their own expense.