ISNA / Gilan The director general of Gilan Crisis Management, stating that 6,000 hectares of wetlands in Gilan province are affected by the invasive plant of water hyacinth, added: “The rapid reproduction of this invasive species has endangered our wetlands.”
In an interview with ISNA, Amir Moradi announced the allocation of special funds to prevent unexpected accidents caused by pollution of wetlands in Gilan province and said: Following the diligent follow-up of the governor of Gilan, the necessary funds will be provided to the province at a cost. Takes.
He stated that 6,000 hectares of wetlands in Gilan province are affected by the invasive plant of water hyacinth, adding: “The rapid reproduction of this invasive species has endangered our wetlands.”
The Director General of Gilan Crisis Management announced the estimated damage and the cost of collecting water hyacinth from the wetlands of the province by the Deputy Governor for Civil Affairs Coordination and added: After visiting the expert teams of the Crisis Management Organization of Anzali and Langroud wetlands Allocation of funds for the fight against water hyacinth was on the agenda of the Cabinet.
Moradi, stating that 12 billion tomans of credit has been allocated to prevent unexpected accidents due to pollution of wetlands in the province, noted: According to the decision of the Cabinet, this amount of credit due to threats from the spread of water hyacinth in wetlands And the dams of the province are allocated to the Environmental Protection Organization to be spent according to the relevant laws and regulations.
He considered the cities of Rasht, Anzali and Langrud as a priority in the fight against water hyacinth and added: the authority to collect such invaders from the level of wetlands has been assigned to the governors. We also use the participation of non-governmental organizations.
The director general of Gilan Crisis Management announced the beginning of the project to collect the invasive plant of water hyacinth from the wetlands of the province and reminded: about 45 hectares of Chaf and Chamkhaleh wetlands have been cleared. In Anzali Wetland, due to the high volume of conflict, we are selecting a contractor.
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