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After the euthanasia of dogs in the Yakut shelter, the official was fired

After the euthanasia of dogs in the Yakut shelter, the official was fired
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The head of the veterinary department of Yakutia, Vasily Buraev, was fired from his post. The resignation is associated with the recent scandal in the Yakut overexposure center. 

The resignation of the head of the department of veterinary medicine was announced in Twitter Head of the Republic Aisen Nikolaev. Vasily Buraev has headed the Veterinary Department since September 2018. 

On March 7, social activists found two containers with corpses of dogs on the territory of the city overexposure point in Yakutsk. One of them, as explained later in the Department of Veterinary Medicine, contained euthanized animals. All 153 dogs and 48 cats were in contact with a dog that was tested positive for rabies

Police and prosecutors have not yet completed check legality of killing so many animals however in the department explainedthat under quarantine rabies measures, animals were euthanized legally. The head of Yakutia forbade the euthanasia of animals left in the shelter.

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