KYIV. April 18 (Interfax-Ukraine) – A group of MPs proposes to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to ban the aggressor state and its citizens, entities and international associations, organizations established and registered under the legislation of the aggressor state, to acquire ownership of land, land plots, forests, subsoil and use the water bodies of Ukraine.
Bill No. 9218 on amendments to some legislative acts of Ukraine in order to protect the property rights of the Ukrainian people was registered in parliament on Tuesday.
According to the legislative initiative, citizens of the aggressor state, entities and international associations, organizations created and registered in accordance with the laws of the aggressor state are obliged to alienate the right of ownership and/or use of such objects within three months from the date the law enters into force. All permits for special water use granted to these persons are subject to cancellation within one month from the date of entry into force of the law.
MPs also propose to fix in the Land Code of Ukraine a provision according to which it is not allowed to sell land plots of state ownership or communal property to the aggressor state, its citizens, entities, international associations or organizations created and registered under the legislation of the aggressor state.
The amendments to Article 6 of the law on the exclusive (maritime) economic area of Ukraine also propose to provide that any activity of the aggressor state and the mentioned persons in the exclusive (maritime) economic area of Ukraine is prohibited.