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Residents of remote villages of Transbaikalia will be able to issue a Far Eastern hectare through the MFC
Residents of remote regions of the Trans-Baikal Territory, who do not have access to the Internet, will be able to apply for a “Far Eastern hectare” through the MFC, where special guest computers will appear with the start of the program. They will be provided with access to the service "Far East", through which you can place an application. Assistance in applying will also be provided by the MFC staff.
The first stage of the program “Far Eastern hectare” starts in the Trans-Baikal Territory 1 August 2019. During this period, only residents of the region will be able to apply for a free land plot. Then, from 1 February 2020, all residents of the Far Eastern Federal District will have such an opportunity, and from 1 August 2020, all Russians will be able to qualify for the “Far Eastern hectare” in Transbaikalia.
Earlier, the head of the region, Alexander Osipov, said that in the region, the Far Eastern Hectare program covers 19,7 million hectares, which is 46% of the region’s area. Citizens will be able to choose a plot in any part of Transbaikalia, except for the border zone, specially protected natural territories and lands located close to human settlements and necessary for their development. Also, the head of government noted that the regional authorities will strive to shorten the period for obtaining the “Far Eastern hectare” to 18 days.