Putin gave the FSB the right to withdraw land plots and objects of property for state needs
MOSCOW, may 16. /TASS/. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has given the Federal security service (FSB) of Russia the right to withdraw land and located on them real estate objects for state needs.
The corresponding document was published on the official Internet portal of legal information.
According to the document, the position of the FSB is changed, whereby the Agency “takes the limits of their powers, decisions on withdrawal of land plots and (or) located on them of objects of real estate for state needs of the Russian Federation”.
The decree comes into force from the day of its signing.
At the end of March Putin signed a decree has given such powers to the Federal security service (FSO) of Russia. According to the document, FSO “decides on the withdrawal of land plots for state needs of the Russian Federation for construction and reconstruction of objects of Federal significance, which are necessary to exercise the powers of the FSO of Russia”. Previously the FSO had no right to seize land, the Service only had the right in perpetuity to use the land.
As explained TASS in FSO, the change in the regulatory framework was required due to the fact that “the government delegates some of its authority to other Federal agencies to simplify procedures for the use of land plots for state needs”.
Similar to the previously performed adjustments affected in particular the Ministry of defense, which also received the right to make decisions about withdrawal of land plots for state needs.