In Transcarpathia, 248 participants of the ATO and family members of killed soldiers have received land
Military personnel, who are serving or have served in the ATO area, and their family members in Transcarpathia have been granted 1062 permits to develop land management projects for land allocation.
As reported at the Main Office of the State Land Agency in Transcarpathian region, as of July 2 this year, 248 participants of the ATO and relatives of killed soldiers have received land in total area of 58.49 hectares. Thus, experts of land resources departments and local governments ensured the allotment of 45 plots in area of 3.40 hectares for the construction and maintenance of residential homes, commercial buildings and 166 plots in area of 18.69 hectares - for gardening and 37 plots in area of 36.45 hectares - for subsidiary farming.
Since June 2014, when the land management service in Ukraine launched the initiative for priority allocation of land to the ATO participants and relatives of killed soldiers, 1062 permits to develop land management projects for for allotment of land plots with total area of 267.98 hectares have already been granted in Transcarpathian region.
Due to the necessity of timely informing military personnel, at the initiative of the Regional State Administration, local authorities of the State Cadaster and the State Land Agency in Transcarpathian region have delivered 2,400 questionnaires to each participant of the ATO or their family members personally.