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Chukotka offers special types of state support to recipients of “dalgektar” - EastRussia | Far East






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Chukotka offers special types of state support to recipients of "Dalegektar"

During the year of implementation of the Far Eastern Hectare program on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, 106 contracts for the allocation of plots were executed, 275 was approved of 205 of the applications received, the press service of the regional government reported. Most of the applications came from residents of the region who intend to use it for their personal subsidiary farming, hunting, fishing, as well as the placement of garages and recreational facilities. Only two applicants intend to use hectares for individual housing construction.

Meanwhile, as noted, all those who wish to engage in entrepreneurship in the “Far Eastern hectare” in the district can count on financial support within the framework of regional state programs. Thus, Chukotka provides grants for the creation of a business, for the creation and development of a peasant (farm) economy, and also for compensation of a part of the costs associated with the acquisition of equipment in order to create and develop production. The region also compensates for a portion of utility costs to entrepreneurs in rural areas. Starting small entrepreneurs who have received “Far Eastern hectares” in Chukotka are included in the priority target group of recipients of subsidies for creating their own business.

The report says that at the moment the allocation of plots is possible on the territory with a total area of ​​10,7 million hectares (less than 15% of the territory of the district). However, in case of adoption of amendments made by the Ministry of Eastern Europe, this area will increase to 26 million hectares.