Sobyanin told about the calls from disturbances due to limitations in Moscow

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that he was calling from perturbations due to restrictive measures in the capital in connection with the pandemic coronavirus.

"Called me, and said, "you crazy or what? What are you doing? We're going to Italy, France... that we, the tickets to hand?" A complete lack of understanding: today, there are dozens of them infected or calculated. And after some time - by the thousands. And then the townspeople I asked: "Dear mayor, what are you made decisions in a timely manner? Have you not seen what happens in other countries?" - said Sobyanin in an interview to the TV channel "Russia 1".

He noted that he could then say that the citizens do not want at the time, restrictive measures, so he "did what you wanted." But, according to Sobyanin, "not so".

He also noted that the humanitarian disaster in many cities around the world. "And this is not a city of the third world is the developed cities of developed countries. If they failed, what will we have when we have it, how will we survive?" - concluded the mayor.

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