Federal Agency for Forestry (Russia)

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Federal Agency for Forestry
Федеральное агентство лесного хозяйства России (Рослесхоз)
Emblem of the Federal Agency for Forestry
Agency overview
Formed27 March 2004; 19 years ago (27 March 2004)
HeadquartersPyatnitskaya ulitsa, 59/19, Moscow, Russia
Agency executive
  • Sergei Anopriyenko[1]
Parent agencyMinistry of Natural Resources and Environment
WebsiteRosleshoz.gov.ru

The Federal Agency for Forestry (Rosleskhoz; Russian: Федеральное агентство лесного хозяйства России (Рослесхоз), tr. Federal'naya agentstvo po nedropol'zovaniyu) is a federal body that exercises oversight over forestry use in the Russian Federation.[2] It was formed on 2004 as part of Russia's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

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  1. ^ "Sergei Anopriyenko". Government of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 16 October 2020.
  2. ^ "Federal Agency for Forestry". Government of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 16 October 2020.

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