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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov opposes the idea of introducing private ownership on forestland.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov opposes the idea of introducing private ownership on forestland. Speaking to reporters Friday, he said that in his opinion, the right of long-term lease by private companies and individuals was just enough and there was no need for sale. He pointed out growing public sentiment against this prospect and described it as a counterproductive move. In March, the Fradkov Cabinet approved a revised edition of the Forest Code, which provides for the sale of forestlands into private hands after fifteen years of careful and considerate use under a lease agreement.
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