Electricity and heat tariffs have again been raised in Moscow. For households, the tariffs are being raised by 25%. This move is very likely to be followed soon by the city’s public transport, notably the metro, becoming more expensive, analysts say. Already by now, a metro (underground railway) fair exceeds the price of a loaf of bread in the capital. Further fair rise is going to make the metro an elite transport facility.
The Amsterdam Court of Appeal ruled the Scythian gold to be the property of Ukraine and ordered to deliver museum exhibits it to Kiev