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Mishustin intends to change the forest industry development strategy

Mishustin intends to change the forest industry development strategy
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The strategy for the development of the forest industry until 2018, adopted in 2030, does not sufficiently take into account the characteristics of the industry. This was announced at a meeting with the leadership of the Federation Council by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. The government intends to adjust the strategy.

The prime minister said that it is necessary to return this industry to the legal field, to rethink the accounting system from cadastral registration to harvesting and processing of wood. Mishustin called for the creation of a fiscal system, a digital platform that would allow you to enter data on transactions and reflect them there.

“Therefore, everything is being adopted on changes to this strategy, which we will have to consider in the near future, including setting tasks for the relevant authorities,” the Prime Minister said.

According to the vice-speaker of the Federation Council, Yuri Vorobyov, today there are systemic problems in the forest industry that lead to mismanagement: there is no reliable information on the state and value of forest resources, over 80% of the forest area does not have relevant forest inventory data, there is no proper control over the use of forests and their protection, protection and reproduction.

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