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Putin reported on the debt of the seaside "Radiopribor"

Putin reported on the debt of the seaside "Radiopribor"
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Failure to pay wages at the “Radio Equipment” in Primorye has become the longest precedent of debts owed to employees lately in Russia. This was reported to the President of Russia by Minister of Labor Maxim Topilin.

The company's debt is 160 million rubles. According to the minister, the government provided the necessary financial assistance to the Primorsky Territory.

"I was talking to the governor just the other day - in early June this debt will be paid off," Topilin reported to the president.

However, Vladimir Putin expressed doubts about the largest debt in the country. The head of state said that the Volgograd drilling equipment plant had accumulated even more wage arrears - 164 million rubles. The president also noted that the government should closely monitor such cases of non-payment of salaries, and work on large debts to a point.

JSC "Radiopribor" is a private enterprise included in the list of organizations of the military-industrial complex of Russia. At the end of 2014, the plant started to face financial difficulties, and in November of the following year it completely stopped working. Total salary arrears were 300 million rubles. The Russian government sent Primorye almost 160 million rubles to pay off debts. The money has already arrived in the region. Now the authorities of Primorye are working on a mechanism by which they will pay off the plant workers.


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