Landowners of Klishchino village in Tula Oblast of Russia may return funds invested in land plots through court. The former ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Russia Bolot Otunbayev told 24.kg news agency.
According to him, the Embassy received answers from the Presidential Administration and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, in which Kyrgyzstanis were invited to go to court.
«In the village of Klishchino, where land was bought, eight houses have been built, a foundation was made on 40 land plots. As for the infrastructure, there is a road, a power line and water supply. The first eight houses are legalized; the remaining plots will be transferred to agricultural land category. The state authorities of Russia suggested the Kyrgyzstanis to go to court. They can return their money only through it. As far as I know, some land owners have already written statements,» Bolot Otunbayev told.
In December 2017, The 100th kilometer Agency began selling land in the village of Klishchino in Zaoksky district of Tula Oblast of Russia. At least 400 people bought land, 40 of them have already built houses. All of them are migrants from Kyrgyzstan, a half of whom have Russian citizenship. Migrants informally called the village Ala-Too-1.
On July 6, local deputies canceled their decree «General Plan for the Development of the District for 2016,» on the basis of which the land in Klishchino was allocated for individual housing construction.