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Hectare of free land in the Far East will be available only to citizens of the Russian Federation

According to the Minister of the Russian Far East Development Alexander Galushka in an interview with the WG, the proposal to allocate one hectare of land to the Far East will only apply to Russian citizens and will not concern foreigners wishing to come to Russia.

The concrete toolkit is still being worked out, proceeding from the fact that now it can arouse the interest of citizens for making a decision. "The land is distributed not only to those who wish, but to those who want and are ready to use it effectively for farming, for creating a business, forestry, hunting."- explained the minister. It is planned that the practical implementation of this idea will begin this year.

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