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In the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous area have launched a hotline for receiving reports of violations of the environmental legislation, according to the website of the regional administration on Tuesday, January 16.
Anonymous messages, however, will not be counted.
“The information obtained will allow to determine damage and assess the potential danger of contamination to people and the environment of the region and, accordingly, to take the necessary measures to eliminate the consequences and to identify and punish the offender,” — noted in the government district.
The message takes the regional dispatching service of forestry.
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