Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: I can see now that the city has gone downhill. For a variety of reasons. First of all, many people, professionals, have left for Russia or other parts of the Soviet Union, the former Soviet Union. What's more, now, uh, there aren't sufficient resources to maintain the city's infrastructure. The enterprises used to work at full capacity and they contributed funds to the municipal budget that were used to pay for the amenities, but now those enterprises are not working at full capacity. Some of them are at a complete standstill, and some have gone bankrupt. These things have caused the city to go into decline.