The chief architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov gave me a way to make the Russian city safer. In his opinion, the open spaces form a safe environment, and not the fences. About Kuznetsov said during online-conference on urban policy of the capital.
“the Belief that fences contribute to greater security is a common cliche and a stamp that has nothing to do with reality. In fact, it is the open space creates a safe environment. World experience confirms it”, — said the architect.
Kuznetsov noted that the fences also contribute to the crime situation because people do not see each other, and in the case of illegal situation are unable to help.
Earlier Moscow took the 37th place out of 60 in the ranking of the safest cities in the world. In the first three were Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka. Estimated indicators such as digital security, health, safe infrastructure and personal safety.