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Vladimir Putin: The Day of the Tiger is the brightest ecological holiday of Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin sent greetings to the participants in the celebration of the Day of the Tiger and called it "the brightest ecological holiday in Russia," the Kremlin press service reports.

In his congratulations, the head of state, in particular, noted:

“For the 15th year now, one of the brightest ecological holidays in Russia - Tiger Day - unites everyone who cares about the fate of this beautiful predator, everyone who is not indifferent to wildlife and strives to live in harmony with it, protect it, creating a healthy environment both for myself and for future generations.

I address special words to those for whom protecting the tiger is an everyday work and a profession. Huntsmen, zoologists, employees of reserves and nature conservation parks - there are no "random" people among you, all of you ardently, sincerely care for the common cause. And the fact that the Russian tiger family is gradually growing is your great merit. "

The annual ecological holiday of the Primorsky Territory - Tiger Day - is aimed at drawing the attention of Russian citizens to the problem of preserving rare species of animals.

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