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Tanks in the garden: a Ukrainian wants to transfer his land share to NATO, his compatriots picked up his idea

Ukrainian Demyan Ganula wants to give a land share for a NATO base. After Demyan announced plans for his land, such statements from different parts of Ukraine are currently being distributed on the Web, reports TSN.

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The owner of land shares in the Kirovograd region turned to the department so that they would accept his land for free and equip their military base there.

Demyan Ganula was forced to give his land for lifetime use by the Alliance due to the threat of another Russian invasion of Ukraine. The man sent an official letter to NATO representatives and is now waiting for a response.

“It is clear that you can earn money from this site if you rent it out or sell it. But I think that the preservation of the country is more important,” the man says.

NATO military installations include airfields, ports and ammunition depots. In partner countries, there are now more than three dozen permanent bases and hundreds of mobile points. Ganula hopes that he and his son will have enough hectares for a comfortable location of the military.

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In turn, lawyer Bogdan Kushnir argues that there have not yet been precedents when NATO military bases are set up in a country that is not a member of the Alliance. So far, there are no legal grounds for the military contingent to be deployed in the Kirovograd region.

“According to the law, any military formations on the territory of Ukraine are officially prohibited. If we speak in theory, then, of course, everything is possible in our country,” he notes.

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Meanwhile, in the village of Novoselitsa, little is known about the plans of their fellow villager. The village head declined to comment. Meanwhile, the residents of the village, given the threats from their northern neighbor, mostly approve of this decision and hope that their village, with a good location for a military base, will continue to remain peaceful.

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