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Russia gets new nature reserves after accession of Crimea

March 26, 2014, 17:50 UTC+3 MOSCOW
There are six nature reserves, one national park and seventeen wildlife areas on the territory of Crimea
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A nature reserve in Crimea (archive)

A nature reserve in Crimea (archive)

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MOSCOW, March 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia gets new nature reserves after accession of Crimea, the Head of the Natural Resources Ministry’s environmental policy and regulation departmentDmitry Belanovich says.

“We will have six more nature reserves, one national park and seventeen wildlife areas on the territory of Crimea,” he said, adding that Russia would have vast opportunities for developing ecological tourism.

“Russia has many nature reserves, where all conditions for ecological tourism and ecological education have been created,” he said, calling for promoting these directions.

On March 18, Russia signed the agreement on the accession of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol.

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