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 Citizens owe 11.9 billion hryvnia for heating and hot water, - Statistics Service

Ukrainian citizens owe 11.9 billion hryvnia ($440.7 million) for heating and hot water services. The amount increased by 6.7% in February from that owed in January 2017.

The State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported, Censor.NET is citing Espresso.TV.

The debt for other utilities, like residential area maintenance, has not changed and remains at 2.5 billion hryvnia level. The debt for central water supply and disposal has shortened by 6.7 percent and reached 1.4 billion hryvnia.

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Ukrainians paid 2.5 billion hryvnia, or 116.5 percent of the billed amount, in February, the Statistics Service said. The debt for the electricity remains at 3.3 billion hryvnia level.

A total of 9.8 billion hryvnia were paid for utilities in February, which is 88.8 percent of the billed amount.

The highest payment level was recorded in the Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, and Ternopilregions, the lowest in the Luhansk, Kharkiv, and Sumyregions.

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