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Eight Trees Illegally Cut Down in Dilijan National Park
14:18 December 21, 2016 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Տավուշ
Within the last week the employees of Dilijan National Park provided 27 cum fuel wood to Dilijan town population arisen from the trees fallen
Fioletovo Gold Mining Matter Again Open
15:44 December 14, 2016 | Լեռնահանքային արդյունաբերություն | Լոռի | Տավուշ
“On 7 December the meeting of the miners with the villagers took place. According to the villagers, gold miners, who had arrived from Hrazdan, offered this time
Roedeer Hunted in Dilijan National Park
16:57 December 05, 2016 | Կենսաբազմազանություն | Տավուշ
Roedeer has been hunted in Dilijan National Park, as the press release disseminated by Nature Protection Ministry says. 'At the end of November a group of people illegally
Fire in Dilijan National Park
15:59 November 30, 2016 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Տավուշ
An alarm signal was beaten at 12:17 on 30 November that fire broke out in Dilijan National Park in Tavush Region. One fire brigade
40 Hunting Places To Operate in Regions of Armenia
18:34 August 18, 2016 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արագածոտն | Արարատ | Արմավիր | Կոտայք | Լոռի | Շիրակ | Սյունիք | Տավուշ | Վայոց ձոր
In line with the governmental resolution dated on 18 August 2016 40 hunting places will operate in 10 regions of Armenia. According to the rationale
How Illegal Fellings Can Be Reduced in SPEN: Proposal from Nature Protection Minister
15:13 July 07, 2016 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Գեղարքունիք | Տավուշ
Nature Protection Minister Aramayis Grigoryan received Caucasus Nature Fund (CNF) Executive Director Geof Giacomini and National Coordinator Arman Vermsihyan. They discussed the material and technical needs of the specially protected
Dilijan Resort To Be Poisoned with Soap Production Stink
16:58 June 16, 2016 | Կենսաբազմազանություն | Տավուշ
It’s planned to develop chemical industry in Dilijan National Park. The Armenian Government has reached a decision on developing chemical industry in Dilijan town in the form of soap plant and an enterprise

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