After quite active discussions and hot disputes were observed regarding the land reform during 2011 and 2012, already in 2013 there is a decline in public interest regarding this issue. But this situation is inherently short -term, since the consideration of this topic was postponed into a long box. The predominant majority of experts agree that this particular year is inherently a turning point regarding the implementation of the entire reform. A vivid evidence may be measures that the government and the authorities as a whole may be.
It should be borne in mind that for the government of our countries the problem of creating a high -quality Earth market is inherently fundamental, even when compared with inaccessible European integration. The implementation of high -quality land reform is quite closely related to the joining of our country into the EU. In the same Brussels, this problem is very worried, because at the end of January the month a seminar was held regarding Ukrainian problems in the real estate and agriculture market. Everything would be fine, but in the context of discussing all problems in Ukraine, members of the EU also brought out the question regarding the possibility of acquiring land by foreign citizens.
But the attempt of the Ukrainian authorities in one approach to solve the problem of selling land plots actually suffered a fiasco. For the full functioning of the land market, it was necessary to introduce certain mechanisms, but they eventually slowed down at the end of last year. After which the people’s deputies completely extended the moratorium on the sale of land plots. This only testified once again about the unpopularity of the reform.