Issuance of some "land" documents for Transcarpathians will be free of charge

18 October 2012 15:07  5022768 023304
Issuance of some "land" documents for Transcarpathians will be free of charge

On Tuesday, October 17, the regional administration held a roundtable on the use of agricultural land. The event was attended by Deputy Head of the region Mykhailo Popovich, head of the regional Department of Agricultural Development Ivan Pauk, representatives of the State Land Committee, deputy heads of district administrations. 
On the agenda was the state and prospects of agricultural land use. Currently commercial agriculture land in the region includes 203.2 hectares. However, not all of them are used for their intended purpose - Ivan Pauk said. The proper use of land is in the resposibility of the executive authorities of the district, along with the local government, - said Mykhailo Popovich. So I address to representatives of the district - all lands that belong to the commodity sector should be used for the purpose.

Another topical issue is the increase of winter crops.     Increased planting of crops is provided for in the framework of the national project "Grain of Ukraine".

As the Deputy Chief of the State Land Committee in Transcarpathian region Vasyl Hutych said, certain services in the sphere of land became free. This applies in particular, issuance of an extract from the Land Register, the state registration of land, state registration of public property rights to land and the right of permanent land use and others. This opens up opportunities for disadvantaged populations, including rural residents, who can fully exercise their rights to land.
Also on this day the roundtable participants discussed issues related to the identification of young cattle, holding of fairs - informed the press center of RSA.

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