SPF allows non-residents to rent state property
Ukraine's Ministry of Justice has registered the order of the State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) granting the right to non-residents to participate in the rent of Ukrainian state facilities.
"The Ministry of Justice has registered the SPF order dated September 18, 2017, which actually gives the right to non-residents to participate in the rent of Ukrainian state facilities. In the near future, after publication in the official bulletin, the order will come into force," First Deputy Head of the SPF Dmytro Parfenenko said on his Facebook page.
He added the SPF plans to intensify "work on popularization of objects for rent."
"We are working with the management bodies to make them more actively expand the catalog of property that can be leased. Today there are 5,988 objects in it," he said.
As reported, with reference to Parfenenko, the SPF sent a draft order to the Ministry of Justice that allows non-residents to participate in the rent of state facilities and simplifies the procedure for submitting documents for such a rent.
Parfenenko noted the adoption of such an order is a logical step, since non-residents are already allowed to privatize property in Ukraine.