The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, walked through the streets of Grozny and ordered that, in his opinion, insufficiently well-groomed goods be taken away from the city’s residents. land plots.
A post about this was published on his channel.
“Today during an inspection together with my dear brother, the mayor of Grozny Khas-Magomed Kadyrov, I drew attention to precisely this category plots. Not only do they disfigure the appearance of the city, but also, despite all our comments, the owners have not taken any measures to bring them into proper shape for the past ten years. The owners’ irresponsible approach and unwillingness to wisely manage their territory led most of them to a deplorable sanitary condition,” Kadyrov wrote.
In the video, Kadyrov points his companions to such areas and orders: “They should have been taken away a long time ago. Take these areas. Cancel all documents.”
Kadyrov writes that following the results of the “inspection” he held a meeting at the mayor’s office and instructed Khas-Magomed Kadyrov to “transfer ownerless and unpresentable land plots into the ownership of Grozny and find a more rational use for them.”
“Only such comprehensive measures will help solve this problem. I am convinced that with proper care, these places can become quite attractive to investors,” he says.