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Three applications for “Far Eastern hectares” were approved in the Amur region and six will be completed soon - Alexander Kozlov - EastRussia | Far East






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Three applications for "Far Eastern hectare" have been approved in the Amur region and six will be soon issued - Alexander Kozlov

In the Amur region, in addition to the first three applications for the "Far Eastern hectare", which have already been issued, until the end of the week, agreements will be signed with six more willing to receive land, said Governor Alexander Kozlov

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“Another six applications, one collective from three families involved in beekeeping, will be issued before the end of this week. One of the sites will go under the farm. It has electricity, road, water in the form of a well. Unfortunately, this is not everywhere. But I note that beekeepers have registered lands near the Khingansky Nature Reserve, ”said the head of the region on Wednesday on the Russia-24 TV channel.

A. Kozlov explained that not everyone willing to receive a hectare was ready to work with the program and did not fully familiarize themselves with the registration procedure.

"Today we are doing this together with the district authorities, the Minister of Property Relations, who together with me is personally responsible. With each person we will work, help, "- assured the governor.

As reported, on the first day of distribution of the “Far Eastern hectare” in the Amur region, three families engaged in beekeeping signed a contract for gratuitous use.

On the first day, 24 people showed interest in the lands in the Arkharinsky district.

Arkharinsky district is located at the junction of two borders, one of which is state-owned with China, the second - with the Jewish Autonomous Region. The Trans-Siberian Railway and the Chita-Khabarovsk federal highway pass through it.

According to the Ministry of Property of the region, in this area there are about 50 thousand hectares of agricultural land and 500 thousand hectares of forest fund land.

As reported, in February 2015 the Amur region was chosen as a region for "polishing" the program for allocating land for free use. In the Amur region, the provision of land went with restrictions - only for two types of permitted use: peasant farm (PFH) and personal subsidiary plots (LPH).

The marginal rate for allocating land for personal part-time farming in the region was determined by an area of ​​2,5 ha, and for peasant farming (PFH) - 20 ha.

During this time, 104 land plots have been distributed 639 ha, 34 of them for peasant (farm) farm (area 523 ha), 70 - for private farming (area 116 ha).