Photo from UNIAN The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has registered the Bila Tserkva Industrial Park in Kyiv region and the Oleksandria Industrial Park in Kirovohrad region. According to the ministry, the privately-owned Bila Tserkva Industrial Park stands on a land plot of 24.1419 hectares, The company&#39;s declared operation term is 50 years. According to preliminary calculations, up to 3,000 new jobs could be created at the site. Oleksandria Industrial Park stands on 24,4803 hectares – the aggregate of land plots owned by the founder. The declared term of operation is 49 years. Up to 1,330 new jobs could be created on the Park&#39;s territory. Read alsoChornobyl may get giant solar parkAs UNIAN reported, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman called on the parliament to adopt legislation to stimulate the development of industrial and technology parks. According to the Ministry of Economic Development, 37 industrial parks are registered in Ukraine.