The palace in St. Petersburg received a protocol on the case after Basta’s concert :: Society :: RBC

Ice Palace in St. Petersburg

(Photo: Stanislav Zaburdaev / TASS)

The Ice Palace in St. Petersburg, where after the concerts of the rapper Basta (Vasily Vakulenko), the sanitary standards were checked, is awaiting a court decision on a possible suspension of activities. About it RIA Novosti said the deputy general director of the palace for legal issues Georgi Nikolov.

“We have received a protocol from the St. Petersburg department of Rospotrebnadzor on the initiation of a case on administrative violations in connection with violation of sanitary and epidemiological requirements,” he said.

Nikolov does not yet have information on when the court session is due. According to message the united press service of the courts of St. Petersburg, the materials have not yet been accepted for production.

According to Nikolov, Basta’s concerts were held on November 27 and 28, when the restriction on occupancy of concert halls in St. Petersburg was 50% of the total number of seats. The representative of the Ice Palace, in turn, clarifiedthat on November 27 the event was attended by 6 306 people, on November 28 – 6 208. The capacity of the palace is 13 486 spectators.

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Basta (Vasily Vakulenko)


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