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Land in Primorye will be distributed for free

Presidential plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev during a working visit to Vladivostok said that the government is preparing a project on the allocation of free land to all Russians wishing to live in Primorye.

“At the moment, the government is working on a scheme for providing land not only to large families, but also to everyone who wishes to live in Primorye. These are all residents of Primorye who are not going to leave, as well as those who want to come to the region for permanent residence from other regions, ”said Yuri Trutnev.

According to Trutnev, "the allocation of land is a priority in improving the demographic situation in the Far East, in particular in Primorye." Therefore, the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District criticized the pace of providing land to large families in Primorye. So, in Vladivostok, the decree was fulfilled by 7%, and in the region by 56%. The reason is the irresponsibility of officials.

“The federal government pays a lot of attention to this issue, but the irresponsibility of both regional and municipal officials leads to such disastrous results. We talked with colleagues and decided firmly that the presidential decrees would be executed until the end of 2014. This will be a kind of exam for officials on whether they are in line with their position, ”said the plenipotentiary.

Let's remind that on June, 10th the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev and the Russian Far East Development Minister Alexander Galushka arrived in Vladivostok to hold several working meetings and meetings.

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