“At that, foreign citizens and foreign legal entities do not have the
right to assign in any way land to another foreign citizen, person
without citizenship, and legal entity, the share in the charter capital
of which belongs to foreign persons… if the named individuals do not
have the right to purchase named land in accordance with the Russia
law,” the draft law approved by deputies said.
If the bill comes into effect, this standard will apply among other
to Crimean residents, who refused to get the Russian citizenship and
preferred to keep the Ukrainian one. According to the information of
Russian Federal Migration Service Chief Konstantin Romodanovsky, about
3,000 residents of the Crimean peninsula refused obtaining the Russian
Following Crimea’s accession to Russia and in accordance with the new
Constitution of the republic, Crimea’s State Council got the
opportunity to pass laws. Prior to this the Crimean parliament was able
to pass only resolutions, statements and addresses.