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The Northern Fleet is creating a center for monitoring the environment in the Russian Arctic zone - the Ministry of Defense
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation creates a center for monitoring the ecology in the Russian Arctic zone. This is reported by the ministry's press service and information department with reference to Deputy Defense Minister гthe general of the army of Dmitry Bulgakov.
“To control the environment in the Russian Arctic zone, a regional environmental center of the Northern Fleet will soon be formed, which will carry out environmental monitoring and control compliance with Russian and international environmental legislation, both in the locations of the fleet and in the polar zone, where our military personnel are stationed. "- said General of the Army Dmitry Bulgakov.
According to him, the military department has developed a special roadmap on compliance with environmental safety requirements in the Arctic zone. According to the approved road map, the Ministry of Defense of Russia plans to bring the territory of military units and units in the Arctic zone in proper condition within a few years. Currently, experts are assessing the real environmental status of the bases in the Arctic, including those areas where military units were stationed during Soviet times.
“In particular, we plan to demolish dilapidated or destroyed buildings in the next few years, carry out land reclamation, that is, we have to dismantle rubble, foundations, remove metal structures and a number of other activities,” explained Dmitry Bulgakov. "This year, the troops of the Eastern Military District cleaned Wrangel Island and the area of Cape Otto Schmidt from household and household waste, removed from these territories using a killer vessel about 10 tons of various waste, which were delivered to the mainland for subsequent disposal," he said ...