Dialogue of land managers with German colleagues continues

January 21, 2016

     At the invitation of the German-Ukrainian project of agro-political dialogue, Head of the Department of Land Management Andriy Martyn, in order to study the German experience in the regulation of land relations, took part in professional informational trip to Germany, which was timed to the International Green Week in Berlin. As a member of the Ukrainian delegation, which included representatives of MAP, National Geocadastre and educational institutions, he visited the Company of land management and realization (BVVG Bodenverwertungs-und-verwaltungs GmbH), the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Germany, took part in specialized conferences and seminars within the international podium Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), and also visited the International Fair “Green Week”.
     During the visit, Ukrainian experts and German counterparts discussed the role and tasks of the Company of land management and realization BVVG in the land management for agricultural purposes.

 

    After participating in the opening of the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), Ukrainian delegation took part in the panel discussion “Urbanization, migration and structural changes - challenges and strategies for agriculture in Eastern Europe.”
     The Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture, with the leadership of the Department of Eastern Europe and bilateral projects, the structure and objectives of the Ministry were discussed, as well as goals of German agrarian policy and perspectives on support of sustainable development of agriculture of Ukraine from the side of European partners. Our colleagues also attended the meeting of the High Level FAO and honorary reception at the Embassy of Ukraine in Germany.

 

 

     It is worth noting that interesting seminars for instructors and students on current topics of land policy, which are annually delivered by the land management and realization specialists of the Company of land (BVVG Bodenverwertungs-und-verwaltungs GmbH), have become a good tradition at the Department of Land Management. Therefore, further development of cooperation with German colleagues is one of the priorities of the international activities of the Department.


Nataliia Medynska,
Deputy Dean of the Department of Land Management

 


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