G.N. Lepeshkin: We could see the signs. Programs that were being funded lost their funding. There were cuts in funding for these programs. And these signs, basically, were showing up very often. Each year there was less and less and less, the funding for our operations was constantly being cut back. Meanwhile, a push started for research institutions to support themselves and engage in business activities. But enterprises like ours were not suited for those activities. These big buildings, they had to be heated, these big buildings, they had to be maintained. That was very costly. And money was not being provided to cover the costs.