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CITES knows about trying to export from Russia to Saudi Arabia of rare birds

Secretariat of CITES (Convention on International Trade in Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, CITES) knows about trying to export from Russia to Saudi Arabia of rare species of falcons, which do not permit the international movement, said Friday the deputy head of Rosprirodnadzor Amirkhan Amirkhanov.

As previously reported the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia, the citizens of Saudi Arabia, of which Prince Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, intend to take out of Russia Red Falcons, which previously brought into the country without permits. According to environmentalists, the customs should hold these birds, as they move without CITES permits illegally.

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Russia officially support the idea of strengthening the protection of polar bears

Russia will support a U.S. proposal to transfer a Red polar bear in the first category of CITES (the international convention governing the rules of trade in rare species of animals and their products), which will maksimalnouzhestochit control smuggling skins of polar bears across the border, according to a letter to the Director of the International Cooperation Ministry of Natural Resources RF Nuretdinov Inamova, acquired, by RIA Novosti.

Currently in the world, according to experts, there are 21-25 thousand individuals polar bears in the next 40 years, scientists predict a decline in the number of polar bears two-thirds, and in

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WWF: the origin of falcons, which they want to take away from the Russian Federation, it is necessary to check

Sokolov origin of rare species, which intends to take out of Russia Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, should be checked to prevent manipulation of the rare birds, which cost thousands of dollars, said project coordinator for the conservation of animals of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russian Natalia Dronov.

As previously reported WWF Russia, citizens of Saudi Arabia, of which Prince Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, Friday intended to take out of Russia 49 rare falcons of different species, which previously brought into the country without permits CITES (Convention on International Trade in Species of Wild Fauna and

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U.S. and Russia called for strengthening the protection of polar bears

U.S. have applied, which previously supported the Russian Federation, environmental convention CITES to transfer Red polar bears in the first category of the convention, which could lead to a ban on the trade of polar bear skins, reported at the convention.

Currently in the world, according to experts, there are 21-25 thousand polar bears in the next 40 years, scientists predict a decrease in the numbers of these animals in two thirds. Currently, the polar bears are on the second application of CITES: countries can establish production quotas and trade furs with permission. Save the polar bears, according to

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49 falcons smuggled into Kalmykia Saudis

Saudi citizens have brought to Kalmykia 49 rare falcons of different species, including nine previously illegally exported from Russia, violating international law, said project coordinator for the conservation of rare species of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia Natalia Dronov.

"Several Saudi citizens without permits from CITES imported into Russia 49 falcons, some of whom are in the Red. Since these birds are from another country, it is necessary that the birds were allowed to CITES from Saudi Arabia — the country from which they were taken. Importantly, to the territory of Kalmykia state agencies worked well, it is important

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