The state presented the Muscovite island for quests

A resident of Moscow Narek Hovhannisyan was on the program “far Eastern hectare” in the free use of the island Chemcut in the Khabarovsk region, and plans to there quests. This was reported on the website of the Ministry for development of Russian Far East.

“The participants will be delivered to the island by motor boat, the place they will be able to feel like a real far Eastern Robinsons. Though and comfort I also provide. Will supply the container house, and we equip the area for tent camping and barbecue zone” — quoted Hovhannisyan the website of the Ministry.

The island was designed to Hovhannisyan’s family of three.

Chemcut is located in the Amur river estuary between the coast of Sakhalin and Khabarovsk Krai. According to its new owner, it works great mobile connection.

In December, Moscow hosted a master class on how Russians earn on your far hectare. Muscovites offered remotely to develop the land, combining their holdings into large areas, for example, for the collection of SAP and production of syrups.

In September, the first court decision on the deprivation of the right to land received under the program of the far Eastern hectare. The inhabitant of Khabarovsk territory have taken in rent-free square in the centre of the village of Vanino and was about to open a flower shop. As a result of the proceedings, the woman was asked to choose a site elsewhere.

The law on the free distribution of land in the far Eastern Federal district is valid for all Russians, starting in 2017. Every citizen can take an area no larger than a hectare in rent-free for five years, and then, in the case of legitimate use of the territory, to get it into the property.

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