“Far Eastern hectare” ready to 7-8 million people in Russia

MOSCOW, April 21. /TASS/. The number of Russian citizens wishing to obtain a “far Eastern hectare,” reaches 7-8 million people – these are the findings of a study conducted by the Ministry of the Russian Federation. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry.

“We made a forecast of the potential number of recipients of the “far Eastern hectare”. 6% of citizens of Russia clearly said that they are ready to take the areas in the far East. Thus, the number of potential recipients “hectares” will be around 7-8 million people”, – the press service quoted Deputy Minister Sergei kachaeva.

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He recalled that the “far Eastern hectares” can be obtained by every citizen, and the project will last for a few generations, it will expire in 2035 .

According to kachaeva, the Agency for the development of human capital in the far East (ARCC DV) conducts sociological surveys to determine the characteristics of the recipient of the “far Eastern hectare”. “We are working on a whole set of support measures for recipients of the “far Eastern hectare”, which are designed to stimulate demand,” he added.

The law on “far hectare” entered into force on 1 June 2016, it implies for citizens of the Russian Federation for free plots of 1 ha in the far Eastern Federal district. The first right to apply for a plot was received by the inhabitants of the far Eastern of the nine municipal districts (one in each region far East Federal district), October 1 – all the inhabitants of the Far East, from February 1, 2017 – all citizens of Russia. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, speaking this week in the state Duma with the report on the work of the government in 2016, said the growing interest of citizens in “far Eastern hectare” – has already received 82 thousand applications from the applicants to receive 11 million plots were issued.

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