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The total area of ​​issued "Dalegectar" equaled Andorra

Special project Far East hectare: history
The total area of ​​land allocated within the "Far Eastern hectare" program, has approached 48 thousand hectares, which is comparable to the area of ​​Andorra, three Liechtenstein or 239 principalities of Monaco, the press service of the Ministry of Territorial Development said, citing the deputy director of the Agency for Human Capital Development in Dalniy East (ARCHK DV) Denis Kuzin.

"In the first place in terms of the number of" Far Eastern hectares "provided, Primorsky Krai - here approved the order of 13,6 thousand applications of citizens. The second place is occupied by the Republic of Sakha - 8,8 thousand, and the third - the Khabarovsk Territory with 8,6 thousand provided sites, "- quotes his press service. It is reported that the greatest number of applications for "Dalgectar" comes from the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. The inhabitants of the Near Eastern regions account for about 20% of applications, the greatest interest is shown by residents of Moscow, St. Petersburg, the Krasnodar Territory and the Sverdlovsk Region.

"Primarily citizens take land to improve their own housing conditions and engage in entrepreneurship. So, about 38,5% of the program participants plan to build their own housing, 28,5% chose to engage in agricultural activities and the order of 15% want to equip the suburban area and personal subsidiary farming. About 11,5% are going to implement projects in the tourism industry, and 5% have chosen for themselves other types of entrepreneurship, among them opening of cafes, shops, gas stations and much more, "the words of the deputy head of ARCHK DV.
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