On 6 June, simultaneously with all oblasts of Ukraine, the General Directorate of the StateGeoCadastre in the Cherkasy Oblast transferred state-owned agricultural land into the communal ownership of amalgamated hromadas. Almost half of all AHs of the region – 12 hromadas – received 1457 land plots with a total area of 15,167 hectares. On this day, the Cherkasy Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion, organised a press tour for local journalists, who had the opportunity to communicate with the heads of hromadas and the AH residents, who had been waiting for land for years.
According to the heads of the AHs, hromadas have been eagerly looking forward to this day for a long time.
“We have many ATO soldiers, willing to get the land, especially those engaged in livestock breeding. There are teachers and doctors, who are also waiting for the land,” said Ihor Chekalenko, head of the Stepankivska AH.
“At first we plan to hold an inventory of the land received. Primarily, we will provide ATO soldiers with land, the rest of it will be leased,” noted Oleksandr Furkalo, head of the Buzivska AH.
According to Volodymyr Mitsuk, head of the Bilozirska AH, already today the hromada has an investor, ready to install a complex of solar batteries on a large plot of land. There are plans to transfer land to farmers for berries’ cultivation.
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