On the air of the “First Channel” of Russian television, an article was released on the squatting of coastal zones. One of the examples, when local residents cannot get to a reservoir, and the authorities do nothing, was filmed in the Suvorovsky district of the Tula region.
The hunting farm “Yuzhno-Vatsevskoye” LLC “Tulagidrospecstroy” has fenced off an area of over 350 hectares on the shores of the Suvorov Golubye Lakes, and is engaged in hunting activities there. Its owner is Maxim Viktorovich Gavrilin, who, concurrently, manages three more organizations both in the Suvorov District of the Tula Region and in Kaluga.
For several years, residents of the villages of Novaya Cherepet, Krainka and Rozhdestveno have been unable to get to the water.
“The territory is part of the forest fund, and therefore we have the right to pick berries and mushrooms, mow the grass near our forest. We also always went to the pond, swam, fished there. And now we and our children are deprived of this opportunity.”, – say the locals.
The regional ONF was involved in resolving the situation, but the problem remained unresolved. The regional hunting committee claims that Tulagidrospetsstroy LLC is acting legally, and the local authorities, according to Channel One, limited themselves to carrying out “additional work with the residents.” Apparently, the local population will be more popularly explained that the reservoir no longer belongs to them.