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VILLAGE of LISTVYANKA, June 18 (Itar-Tass) - Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has suggested giving a legal basis to a list of the worst contaminated territories which might both be added and excluded from the list, Medvedev declared at a meeting with members of the expert Council under the Russian government on enhancing the effectiveness of the environmental protection.
"We have such a list; I have named 77 territories. Obviously, this list should be put in a certain juridical frame,"Medvedev said.
" I think it is important that the list should be "flexible", because we all hope that it will be changing. As soon as more funds are contributed, something else might be added to the list, but I hope that certain things will be crossed out," Medvedev said.