According to him, the capital does not want to check places with possible illegal buildings and buildings that have cultural and historical significance. He has a certificate of a public inspector, which he received from the Department of Cultural Heritage of the KSCA, however his expiration date has expired, and he was not extended, like the other 50 of his colleagues.
Related article: In Crimea, changed the boundaries of two communitiesStankov is sure that officials do not want the inspectors to inform them about the violations that were committed during the construction of new buildings.
"There is a law on cultural and historical heritage, and experienced public inspectors monitor the situation in Kiev. We are talking about massive violations of building regulations and the destruction of houses of cultural heritage. I constantly file lawsuits, "he added.