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As of June 7, 2013 to conduct work on reforestation started in all federal districts. Reforestation done on the area of 174.3 thousand hectares (21.1% of the plan), including artificial — 141.1 thousand ha (79.2% of the plan), combined — 8.3 hectares (60, 4% of the plan) and afforestation 439 ha (75.4% of the plan).

17 subjects of the Russian Federation have already completed planned for the current year amount of work on artificial regeneration. Thus, 100% of the work performed In: Belgorod region (417 ha), in the Tambov region (930 ha), in the Orel region (7 hectares of planting and afforestation — 185.1 hectares) in the Volgograd region (1,000 hectares) in the Republic of North Ossetia — Alania (50 ha), the Republic of Tatarstan (1905 hectares) in the Penza region (1 847.9 ha).

Exceeded the plan for reforestation In: Bryansk (109.9%), and Ivanovo regions (123.5%) in Karachai-Circassian (100.9%) and the Udmurt Republic (113.7%), the Republic of Chuvashia (101.4%), and Orenburg (100.4%)) and Samara (104.2%), in the Ulyanovsk (106.5%) and Tyumen regions (107.3%), in the Altai region (105.2%).

In Central Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 35.6 hectares or 88.6% of the plan. In North-Western Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 22.3 hectares or 63.8% of the plan. In Southern Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 2.9 million hectares, or 89.4% of the plan. In North-Caucasian Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 0.8 ha or 73.4% of the plan. In Volga Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 33.3 hectares or 90.0% of the plan. In Ural Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 13.3 hectares or 87.2% of the plan. In Siberian Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 26.1 hectares or 76.0% of the plan. In Far Eastern Federal District artificial reforestation carried out on the area of 6.9 million hectares, or 56.4% of the plan.

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