Almost 36,000 hectares of agricultural land have been sold in Ukraine.

As of September 13, Ukraine registered 15,533 agreements on the purchase and sale of agricultural land (Ukrinform). According to the Ministry, 4,943 notaries submitted applications for access to the State Land Cadastre. The largest areas of farmland sold were in the Kropyvnytskyi region (4,930.9 hectares), the Kharkiv region (4,236 hectares), and the Poltava region (3,599.5 hectares).

More than 13,000 land agreements are now registered in Ukraine.

As of September 6, 12,784 agreements on the purchase and sale of agricultural land have been concluded.  27, 810 hectares of agricultural land have been sold throughout the country since July 1, 2021. The largest areas of farmland sold were in the Kirovohrad region (3,329.2 ha), the Kharkiv region (3,320.7 ha), and the Poltava region (2,903.5 ha). In terms of the number of concluded agreements, the leaders are the Kyiv region (1,156 agreements), the Poltava region (1,123 agreements), and the

After being launched on July 1, 2020, the land market reform is showing results.

As of August 25, 9,072 agreements have been concluded within its framework. Transactions for 19,356 hectares of land were registered. Most land plots were sold in Poltava region (2,284 ha), Kharkiv region (almost 2,198 ha), and Kirovohrad region (almost 1,590 ha). Until 2024, only citizens of Ukraine will be able to buy agricultural land with a limit of 100 hectares. Selling land to foreigners is due to be decided by a national referendum.

From the start, farmers cultivating up to 500 hectares will be eligible for bank loans

sponsored by a new fund, the Partial Credit Guarantee Fund for Agriculture. When farmland goes up for sale, tenants have the first right of refusal to buy. Landlords must notify tenants in writing of their intention to sell the land, indicating price and terms of sale. Sellers will have to pay 5% personal income tax and 1.5% military duty tax on the cost of the plot sold. Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Roman Leshchenko posted on his Facebook page