It is necessary to shorten grey zones (areas which are inaccessible) for distribution of plots of land in the program “Far Eastern hectare” – RF Presidential Envoy in the Far East Federal District Yuri Trutnev declared.
“It seems to me that we need to think how to shorten “grey zones” especially near inhabited areas taking into account the experience of implementation of the program” – Trutnev reported to journalists in Moscow.
According to his words today quite a few areas are situated in such zones including lands that belong to the Defense Ministry and landscape protections areas. However, people prefer to take a hectare situated not far from inhabited areas.
“People say «We would take one hectare but we need a road and electric power» and so on. These problems are simply settled if an inhabited area is near»” – vice prime-minister noted. Per his words the governors still keep the lands around inhabited areas in order to develop the territories but to a large extent the development may be caused due to land reclaim by the holders of these plots of land.
Yuri Trutned specified that the mechanism of settlement was still in regions and the governors would independently specify what would stay in grey zones. He also said that about 50 thousand people had received lands according to the program “the Far Eastern hectare”.

Source of information: «Interfax»