Monitoring the trade of endangered species and their products Protection of endangered species, including sea turtles Hawk hawkDoha:] The Ministry of Municipality and Environment, represented by the Center for Environmental and Municipal Studies and the Department of Protection and Wildlife, celebrated the International Day of Wildlife, which falls on the 3rd of March each year. The Ministry's celebration of this occasion, which was decided on December 2, 3102, by the United Nations General Assembly at its sixty-eighth session, is an effort to raise awareness about the nature of the wildlife and the quality of its services in this field. Which are committed in h S wildlife, as this has a large impact on the economic, environmental and social life of the country. Mr. Omar Salem Al Nuaimi, Director of the Department of Protection and Wildlife said that the Ministry of Municipalities and Environment is exerting intensive efforts to protect wildlife. The violations related to the trade in endangered species and their products are monitored in the framework of the implementation of the international agreement in this regard known as CITES. He pointed out that the Department works to protect endangered species on more than one level, including marine turtles endangered beak and associated works that protect these organisms and ensure conservation and non-risk, while the implementation of the projects of vegetation cover for endangered species Such as the Qatar Ghaf Protection Project and a protection project Bamber wild, and others. He added »We have this day to remember the urgent need to intensify the fight against criminal abuses committed against wildlife, which attributed its broad impact on the economic, environmental and social life, so why wildlife of the intrinsic value and the contribution of ecological and genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic Sustainable development and human well-being «. The Ministry's celebration of World Wildlife Day included activities and activities, including a lecture on wildlife and wildlife, how to protect it from extinction, and a presentation on projects to protect threatened species.
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