Item 5.4² shall be amended to add the following wording: “In the name of the Russian Federation shall apply for state registration of property right of the Russian Federation to land plots required for marine harbour and fluvial port facilities and infrastructure of inland waterways of the Russian Federation, and also of other ownership rights to such sites that is recognized (is originated) in accordance with the federal laws”.
Amends: Ministerial Decree No. 371 validating the Regulation on the Federal Agency of Marine and Fluvial Transport. (2004-07-23)
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