First of all, the expert pointed out in an interview with the Prime agency, it is important to remember the prohibition of consuming alcoholic beverages in public places. For this he threatens a fine of up to 1500 rubles. Smoking in public places is also prohibited, the fine is from 500 to 3000 rubles.
Secondly, fireworks should not be launched near residential buildings, from windows and balconies of high-rise buildings. For this he threatens with a fine – from 500 to 5000 rubles, and in case of serious consequences – up to five years in prison. The lawyer recommended contacting the management company in advance and finding out about the places where it is possible to launch fireworks safely.
In addition, Kuderko said, mass celebrations, flash mobs, etc. are prohibited. without prior notice to the authorities. Failure to comply with this rule threatens with a fine of 10-20 thousand rubles for citizens and up to 100 thousand rubles for organizations.
Finally, most regional quiet laws have a New Year’s Eve exception that allows noise until 3 or 4 am. However, in some regions the situation is different: you cannot make noise after 22 hours.
Earlier, Rosstat calculated the cost of traditional New Year’s salads – Olivier and herring under a fur coat. So, during the year (from November 2021 to November 2022), the price of Olivier increased by 8.53%, from 442.92 rubles to 480.69 rubles. But herring under a fur coat has fallen in price by 5.52%: this year the salad costs 224.68 rubles against 212.92 rubles a year ago.