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Intend to exclude settlements from the national park in Buryatia

Intend to exclude settlements from the national park in Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

The authorities of Buryatia intend to exclude settlements of the Tunkinsky district from the structure of the national park of the same name. As far back as 1991, 30 villages and towns entered the boundaries of a specially protected area, and since then the population and economic entities have faced a number of insoluble problems.

According to the press service of the district government, residents of the national park do not have the right to register ownership of land, plots laid by law cannot receive preferential categories of citizens. Social facilities located in settlements are also not registered, which is why 50 schools and kindergartens are subject to demolition.

During the working meeting, this issue was discussed by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeev and the head of the region Alexey Tsydenov. It was decided to exclude villages and towns from the national park. A meeting on this issue with the involvement of relevant ministries will be held in late January.