The order of the city authorities, including the possibility of Saint Isaac's Cathedral Russian Orthodox Church (ROC), is repealed. About This Last news said the Committee of property relations (KIO) of St. Petersburg.
The document was signed on December 30, 2016 expected that the ROC will submit a corresponding application to a two-year term.
If the application still serves, the issue will be resolved "in due order" - will require a new Order of KIO.
two years earlier, the authorities of St. Petersburg decided to give the Cathedral for 49 years in gratuitous using of Russian Orthodox Church. This has caused a wide public resonance.
It was explained that the Cathedral will pass the Church without a change of legal status, its owner is the city, the Museum functions will be expanded, and the entrance will be free. However, discussions have not ceased.
in early December a group of deputies of the legislative Assembly of the city appealed to the acting head Alexander Beglov with the petition to recognize A KIO invalid, as a number of planned events in preparation for the possible transfer of Tsar Peter of the Russian Orthodox Church has lost its relevance.
in response to the request of parliamentarians, the mayor was informed about the possibility of recognition of this document become invalid, If the ROC does not file an application within the prescribed period.