This Regulation offers the rules and provides for procedures aimed at restoration for the purpose of re-cultivation of damaged terrains, also in order to improve the effective soil quality and to control the removal and use of the humus soil layer.The rules here provided are related to the activities such as engineering, melioration, agricultural/farming, forestry and other activities that may have negative impacts on the quality of land and soil.The main purpose of such restoration and soil quality improvement provisions is not only to protect the land and soil from degradation in terms of fertility and/or biochemical safety, but also to improve the effective productiveness of certain agricultural land parcel.
Implements: Law on the protection of agricultural land. (2012-05-18)
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The Bulgars, a Central Asian Turkic tribe, merged with the local Slavic inhabitants in the late 7th century to form the first Bulgarian state. In succeeding centuries, Bulgaria struggled with the Byzantine Empire to assert its place in the Balkans, but by the end of the 14th century the country was overrun by the Ottoman Turks. Northern Bulgaria attained autonomy in 1878 and all of Bulgaria became independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1908. Having fought on the losing side in both World Wars, Bulgaria fell within the Soviet sphere of influence and became a People's Republic in 1946.