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The governor of Yakutia considers it necessary to include all areas of the Arctic in the Arctic zone
This was reported on the official website of the head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Egor Borisov.
There are 34 areas in the region, of which 13 are located beyond the Arctic Circle - Anabarsky, Bulunsky, Ust-Yansky, Allaikhovsky, Nizhnekolymsky, Oleneksky, Zhigansky, Eveno-Bytantaysky, Verkhoyansky, Abyysky, Srednekolymsky, Momsky, Momsky, Mt. However, the Arctic zone of Russia includes only the first five, directly adjacent to the Arctic Ocean.
"The zone should include all areas located beyond the Arctic Circle, taking into account the extremely difficult living conditions of the population, natural and climatic features, difficult transport links and medical and biological factors", - the Governor informs.
Recall that 2014 year was declared the year of the Arctic in Yakutia. In August last year, by the decree of the head of the region, the State Committee on the Affairs of the Arctic was formed in the republic.