Ensuring State-Legal Regulation On The Prevention of Agrarian Raids as a Form of Counteraction to the Offense and as a Mechanism for the Implementation of International Agricultural Cooperation

  • Victor Beschastnyi


The tasks of developing international cooperation in the agrarian sphere between Ukraine and the international community, including the European Union, were determined. The existing reasons for the development of small and medium business representatives are analyzed. The updated structure of the object and the subject side - components of agrarian management is determined. The tendency of international development of organic farming is taken into account. The description and practical significance of the appropriateness of securing the terminological understanding of "raider", "peaceful possession of property" with the aim of unification of the norms of the national legislation with the international ones, including the European one, is given. The state-legal regulation on the way of preventing the offense from the standpoint of functioning of state bodies is considered. Due to the comparative method of scientific study, proposals for changes to the current normative and legal framework of Ukraine are determined. There is a distinction and the need to ensure legal protection and protection of the most vulnerable category of subjects. Today, it is the owners of land plots, including owners of land plots (shares), which have been given a land plot for private peasant farming, horticulture, gardening, subsidiary farming. In particular, such protection should be based on positions of economic, social, legal and moral orientation, which defines an integrated and systematic approach. The state authorities should, through their functional duties and through the authority to provide assistance to such economic entities.


Keywords: raiding, peaceful possession of property, agrarian sphere, organic farming, state-legal and state-private mechanism, international agrarian cooperation, agrarian raiding, "weapons" institute