Mongolian public urged to better save water, electricity

(MENAFN) On Monday, December 14, Mongolian President Khaltmaa Battulga encouraged the public to better save water and electricity.

The remarks released by Battulga following the Mongolian government"s decision to cancel payments for water, heat, electricity and waste for households and organizations (excluding governmental organizations, state and local owned entities, mining companies, wholesalers, retailers, and alcohol or tobacco producers) across the country as of Dec. 1 to July 1, 2021 amid the rising COVID-19 impacts.

Urging the public to stop wasting water and electricity, Battulga said "I believe that the government's decision is an important step in supporting people's livelihood and activities of organizations."

As per the official data, at least 890,000 households and 123,800 organizations can advantage from the write-off.


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