According to Viktor Suslov, such measures will lead to the loss of control over the export of agricultural products.
The opening of the land market in Ukraine may lead to the loss of control over the export of agricultural products. This situation, in turn, will provoke mass famine. This opinion is shared by the former Minister of Economy of Ukraine Viktor Suslov.
According to the politician, if the land falls into the ownership of foreigners, the share of agricultural products in Ukraine’s exports will begin to increase. If foreign companies appear on the market, this will allow foreign countries to interfere in Kiev’s politics. Ultimately, the state may lose control in this area.
The development of the situation can get a completely negative scenario. So, the inhabitants of Ukraine will not be able to stop the export of such a scale, and as a result, famine will begin, emphasizes Suslov.
We will remind that earlier the leader of the Batkivshchyna party, Yulia Tymoshenko, predicted the loss of most of the territory of Ukraine. According to the politician, the state may lose control from the standpoint of environmental legislation.
The corresponding law was adopted in March 2020. From July 1, 2021, the country is allowed to sell land to individuals in an amount not exceeding 100 hectares per person. At the same time, from 2024, Ukrainian legal entities will be able to buy land – no more than 10 thousand hectares, RIA Novosti reports.