RESOLUTION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE LITHUANIAN REPUBLIC

Number 388, April 4 2000, Vilnius

Concerning the confirmation of the Regulations of Trakai Historical National Park

The Government of the Lithuanian Republic RESOLVES:
1. To confirm the Regulations of the Trakai Historical National Park (appended)
2. To transfer the functions of constituent management of the Trakai Historical National Park from the Cultural Treasures Preservation Dept of the Ministry of Culture to the Ministry of Culture.
3. The Finance Ministry should, according to prescribed fashion, present the Government of the Republic of Lithuania with a draft Law to amend the law confirming the financial indices of the Lithuanian Republic’s State Budget and Local Authorities Budgets for the year 2000, in which, with regard to the statement in Point 2 of the present document, financial assignations to the Ministry of Culture and the Cultural Treasures Preservation Dept of the Ministry of Culture should be adjusted.
4. Point Two of this Resolution comes into force after the Parliament of the Lithuanian Republic has passed the Law to amend the law confirming the financial indices of the Lithuanian Republic’s State Budget and Local Authorities Budgets for the year 2000 and published it in Valstybės Žiniose [State News].
5. To recognise that the following become void:
5.1 .The Government of the Lithuanian Republic’s Resolution 283 of April 22 1992: “On Confirmation of the provisional regulations of the Trakai Historical National Park” (Žinios 1992 No. 19-562, 1997 No. 108-2742, 1999 No. 96-2767)
5.2 .The Government of the Lithuanian Republic’s Resolution 239 of February 13 1995: “On partial amendments to the provisional regulations of the Trakai Historical national Park” (Žinios 1995 No. 15-358)

Prime Minister, Andrius Kubilius

Minister of Culture, Arūnas Bėkšta

CONFIRMED
By Resolution 388 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania,
dated April 4 2000

STATUTES OF THE TRAKAI HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK

I. GENERAL REGULATIONS

1. The Trakai Historical National Park (henceforth: the Historical National Park) was established in parts of the territories of the Trakai and Elektrėnai Regions by Resolution I-1244 of the Supreme Council of the Lithuanian Republic on April 23 1991 entitled “On the establishment of the Dzūkija, Curonian Spit and Žemaitija National Parks, the Trakai Historical National Park and the Viešvilė State Reservation” (Žinios 1991 No. 13-332). It was set up to preserve, manage and exploit an historic centre of Lithuanian statehood, namely Trakai and its castle complex, the cultural and natural treasures of Trakai town and its environs and other objects or object complexes, the Historical National Park’s landscape and ethno-cultural heritage.
2. The work of the Historical National Park is regulated by the Lithuanian Republic’s Law on Protected Territories, the Lithuanian Republic’s Law on the Protection of Culturally-valuable Real Estate, the Lithuanian Republic’s Law on Environmental Preservation, the Lithuanian Republic’s Law on Local Government and other laws, the Resolutions of the Lithuanian Republic’s Parliament and/or Government, other legal acts and these statutes.
3. The territory of the Historical National Park is preserved, managed and exploited in accordance with the planning scheme confirmed by Lithuanian Republic Government Resolution 912 of December 6 1993 “On confirmation of the planning scheme for the Trakai Historical National Park” (Žinios 1992 No.68-1287); published by the Order of the Minister of Construction and Urban Affairs No, 212 of December 20 1993 “On the publication of the planning scheme for the Trakai Historical National Park (Žinios 1994 No. 10-162) and territorial planning documents based on this scheme that have been co-ordinated and confirmed in the prescribed way.
4. The Historical National Park has a preservation zone protecting the landscape of the National Park from negative visual and physical influences.

II. THE PURPOSE OF THE HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK, ITS PRESERVATION AND USE

5. The tasks/aims of the Historical National Park are as follows:
5.1 to preserve, manage and supervise treasures that represent the history of the Lithuanian state: the castles on the Island and Peninsula at Trakai, the Senieji [Old] Trakai castle site, birthplace of Vytautas the Great (d.1430);
5.2 to preserve the planned urban structure of Trakai old town and its space and materials, ensure continuation for the treasures of the old town, create conditions for restoration;
5.3 to preserve, manage and supervise the Užutrakis Manor Ensemble, create conditions for using this complex for official Lithuanian state events and establish an open centre for public culture, to collect dendrological material in Užutrakis for academic, ecological and educational purposes and for restoring the park laid out by E.F. André;
5.4 to preserve, manage and supervise the Bražuolė castle site and barrows, Daniliškės hill-fort and cemetery, Varnikai hill-fort, Rekalinis sacrificial hill;
5.5 to preserve the one-street-village layout plan of Senieji Trakai, Varnikėliai, Serapiniškės, Daniliškės and other villages and their spacial and material structure, important ethnographic elements, and ensure the continuity of urbanistic structures and conditions for restoration.
5.6 to seek out the cultural treasures of the Historical National Park, take care of cultural objects which appear to be culturally valuable non-moveable treasures (real estate), make proposals for their inclusion on the cultural treasures' registers of the Lithuanian Republic or local districts;
5.7 to preserve and endow natural treasures: the biological variety of natural ecotopes, vegetation, mushrooms and animals and on the basis of scientific data restrict the spread of introduced alien species and constantly survey the environment.
5.8 to preserve the Kudrioniai landscape complex, the complex of woodland, marshes, meadows and lakes in the Varnikai botanical-zoological reserve with the flora and fauna that are typical of its ecotopes; preserve the birds, flora and fauna of the Plomėnai ornithological reserve, the hydrographic complexes of Lakes Galvė and Akmena and the upper basin of the Bražuolė river and crerate conditions for restoring its hydrographic structure;
5.9 to restore destroyed and damaged culutral and nature complexes and objects;
5.10 to collect, preserve and manage in a specially allocated territory (stores) any cultural treasures that for objective reasons may have been taken down in the Historical National Park;
5.11 to carry out continual scientific research into the Historical National park’s territory, reserves and reservations, to collect data on cultural and natural objects, treasures and monuments, arrange exhibitions, create conditions for ecological, educational, and experimental prehistorical information centres to operate;
5.12 to foster historical and cultural traditions, crafts, trades, propagate ideas for preserving cultural and natural objects, treasures and monuments;
5.13 to expand educational tourism, create conditions for developing recreational activities and short-term leisure in specially equipped and allocated territories;
5.14 to encourage activities that help increase and publicise protected objects, restore traditional ways of life and elements of social, cultural and economic activity.
6. In Trakai Historical National Park territory it is forbidden to set up new open-cast quarries and other mining objects, to set up new industries, waste storage and processing plants, provide land for private summer houses, lay down new transit communication lines/ pipes, overhead electricity pylons, set up new live-stock, wild animal and poultry farms, establish new companies (including recreational firms), alter land relief forms or natural elements of the hydrological network, alter the hydrological nature of the area in any essential way, destroy or change valuable aspects of the historically-formed cultural landscape and its urbanistic and architectural elements and other protected objects.
7. New buildngs and installations on the territory of the Historical National Park should be co-ordinated with the area’s cultural heritage and nature.
8. Projects are being drafted for territorial planning documents, building and installation construction, roads, civil engineering and other objects and these are co-ordinated and confirmed in the manner prescribed by the code of territorial planning norms and building regulations. Decisions on these matters should not go against the Historical National Park’s planning scheme.
9. Land in the Historical National Park’s reserves is state property. In other parts of then Park property may be owned by the state and private individuals.
10. The state has priority in acquiring land plots and other real estate offered for sale on the territory of the Historical National Park.
11. In restoring property rights in accordance with the Lithuanian Republic’s Law on Restoring Citizens’ rights to surviving (previously confiscated) Real Estate, land in the Historical National Park along with water sources and woodland may be returned to their owners or handed over to them for a limited specified use, as prescribed in the Law of the Republic of Lithuania.
12. Objects for privatisation on the territory of the Historical National Park are subject to compulsory conditions governing the use of privatised objects on protected state territories as confirmed by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.
13. Camping, the building of camp fires, travelling in or parking means of transport on the territory of the Historical National Park are permitted only in the places set down by the Historical National Park’s planning scheme and in compliance with the Historical National Pak Visitor Regulations issued by the Historical National Park’s Management.

III. ADMINISTRATION OF THE HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK

14. The exploitation of the Historical National Park, according to its specified purposes and its security is taken care of by, and its activities are organised by a state budget-funded institution called the Management of the Historical National Park (henceforth: the Management), acting in accordance with the Lithuanian Republic's Law on Budget-funded Institutions (Žinios 1995 No.104-2322). The functions of the constituent management are carried out by the Ministry of Culture. The Management is a person in Law, possesses a seal bearing its name and a bank account. The Management controls and exploits the state property that has been entrusted to it with trustee rights.
The Management's regulations are presented by the Park's Director for confirmation by the Minister of Culture.
15. The Managment ensures the implementation of the tasks laid out in these regulations and in the prescribed manner makes proposals for use of land, woodlands, waters and recreational infrastructure, lays down rules for visiting the Historical National Park's territory, reserves and reservations, controls the economic (including recreational) activities of individuals and persons in Law throughout the territory of the Historical National Park and Preservation Zone, files suits against violation of these regulations and park territory and the preservation zones in the manner prescribed by the Law of the Lithuanian Republic.
The Management acts as commissioning body when territorial planning documents are drawn up on issues concerning the running of the Historical National Park's territory and preservation zones and the protection of cultural heritage and nature, and it confirms these documents in the prescribed manner.
Guided by the Law of the Lithuanian Republic, other legal acts and territorial planning documents, the Manangement sets down the special conditions which must be observed when planning documents are drafted, and projects for building and installation construction, roads, engineering communications and other objects are drawn up and it co-ordinates project drafts and land-use and forest-use projects.
The Management's representatives are included on commissions deciding on the use of buildings, renovated and capitally reconstructed buildings and constructions, roads, engineering communications and other objects constructed on Historical National Park territory.
The Managements presents precise programmes of the Historical National Park's activities for confirmation by the Ministry of Culture in addition to annual reports on the implementation of such programmes.
16. Historical National Park officers have the right to write out reports of violations of administrational law in the manner prescribed by the Lithuanian Republic's Codex of Adminstrative Law Violations.
17. The Council of the Historical National Park (henceforth: the Council) discusses the most important issues concerning the Historical National Park in connection with the implementation of its set tasks and it is a Management advisory institution.
The composition and working regulations of the Council are set by the Director and confirmed by the Ministry of Culture.
18. In as far as they are empowered, Lithuanian Republic state and regional local authority institutions control the preservation of cultural and natural treasures on the Historical National Park's territory and its preservation zone in the manner prescribed by the Law of the Lithuanian Republic and other legal acts.

IV. THE ECONOMIC BASIS OF THE HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK'S ACTIVITIES

19. Lithuanian Republic state budget funds are provided for the purposes, protection and exploitation of the Historical National Park; non-state funds may also be used for these purposes.
20. The financial resources of the Historical National Park are used:
20.1 To maintain the Management;
20.2 to bring into effect the Historical National Park's tasks as laid down in these Regulations;
20.3 to preserve, manage and supervise the cultural and natural treasures of the Historical National Park, treasure complexes, woods and lakes and their biological variety;
20.4 to restore damaged cultural and natural objects and complexes of such belonging to the Historical National Park;
20.5 to carry out scientific/ academic research;
20.6 to build, repair and watch over buildings and installations in the Historical National Park;
20.7 to expand educational recreation, propagate information about cultural and natural treasures and complexes of the same, to advertise and represent the Historical National Park;
20.8 to carry out the educational and training tasks of the Historical National Park;
20.9 to provide special equipment (to counter natural disasters, organise official state events and so forth);
20.10 to carry out the other functions required of an historical national park.

V. RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF PHYSICAL AND JURIDICAL PERSONS ON THE TERRITORY OF THE HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK

21. According to the Lithuanian Republic's Law on Protected Territories, physical and juridical persons may take up activities in the Historical National Park which do not counter the aims and tasks of the Historical National Park.
22. Owners and users of land cannot give hindrance to visitors to protected landsacpe complexes and objects in pursuance of activities laid down in Lithuanian Law and other legal acts.
23. Owners and users of land on the territory of the National Historical Park and other physical and juridical persons are obliged to respect the restrictions laid down in the Lithuanian Republic's Protected Territories Law, the Lithuanian Republic's Law on the Protection of Culturally-valuable Real Estate, the Lithuanian Republic's Land Law and other laws and the Special Conditions for land and forestry exploitation, other legal acts and these Regulations.
24. Physical and juridical persons who violate the requirements of these Regulations may be prosecuted according to the manner prescribed by Lithuanian Law.

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