Issues, areas, and objects of national importance in planning are subject to national planning. They are characterized by special cultural, historical, economic, social, or environmental values ??of one or several structures, installations, networks, or areas that directly aim at meeting national interests, in areas of the territory, such as:
a) cultural monuments, historical centres, archaeological areas, and parks,
b) forests and protected natural areas, natural monuments, ecological networks, endangered ecosystems, and biodiversity,
c) coastal belt, coasts and water resources, lagoons, rivers, lakes,
d) agricultural land,
E) natural risked areas,
f) dams and dikes,
g) mineral and natural resources and networks, industrial complexes, and parks,
h) national transport infrastructure,
i) energy and telecommunications engineering infrastructures,
j) areas prioritising tourism development,
k) military areas,
l) developments or educational, health, social, cultural, and artistic, sports structures, which, due to their features, are important for carrying out state institution activities, as set out under the applicable legislation.
Issues, areas and objects of national importance include those announced by Decision of the Council of Ministers and the National Territory Council, according to the sectoral legislation in force, for the environment, culture, economy, tourism, infrastructure, urban planning/ development, etc.