In Kiyevshchina employees of the Organized Crime Control Department stopped attempt "to privatize" a considerable share of the earth

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The Organized Crime Control Department GUMVD of Ukraine in Kiev region is exposed by workers the fact of illegal allocation in the territory of one of village councils of the Vasilkovsky region of eighty one land plots (on 0,99 hectares everyone) as if for farming.

It is established that in 2007 the group of persons, behind the previous plot among themselves, addressed on behalf of group of citizens to Vasilkovsky regional public administration with a request to allocate the land plots in property for maintaining personal agriculture within the mentioned village council. On the basis of the received order and developed technical documentation were made eighty one acts on the property right to the specified land plots.

During check by workers the Organized Crime Control Department the fake facts in technical documentation on the basis of which it is made are elicited and in the subsequent some acts are issued. Similar violations of the law are revealed in documents on the basis of which noted documentation was produced.

Within the carried-out inspection the majority of citizens who appear owners of the mentioned sites is already established and interrogated. In the explanations they noted that about allocation in their using of the land plots know nothing. Besides, the facts of issue of acts on the property right to the land plots to persons who for that time died are documented.

By the previous estimates, the market cost of the specified land plots makes about 16 million US dollars.

On collected materials investigative management of GUMVD of Ukraine in Kiev region brought criminal case behind signs of structure of the crime provided ч.ч. 1, 3 Art. 358 of UK of Ukraine.

Reports a press - the Ministry of Internal Affairs center of Ukraine

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