Fans of Moscow travel food can breathe a whine of service as city authorities have denied that there are skeleton to mislay stalls offered shawarma [kebabs] from a city’s streets.
The capital’s trade dialect conduct Alexei Nemeryuk, pronounced that a matter about a quick food kiosks that he done in a talk with a Komsomolskaya Pravda journal was misinterpreted due to “technical problems.”
“The doubt was about one sole case with shawarma, that is station in some place. The residents complained. There is no anathema on shawarma, it is sold, it is [sold] in restaurants,too,” Nemeryuk was quoted as observant by a Dozhd radio channel.
Komsomolskaya Pravda on Tuesday published an talk with Nemeryuk, in that he pronounced that Moscow will get absolved of all shawarma kiosks due to their bad spotless conditions.
“We are stealing shawarma from a streets. There will be no shawarma anymore,” Nemeryuk said, according to a newspaper.
His matter immediately caused panic among Moscow residents and resulted in an Internet debate to support shawarma.
Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/567325.html