The Government of the Russian Federation is instructed to ensure the adoption of legislative acts necessary to control hunting and the creation of a timber origin monitoring system.
The instructions to the Government also concern organising the work of hunting inspectors and improving monitoring over the implementation of high-priority investment projects to develop forests in line with the commitments undertaken by investors.
The Government is instructed jointly with the executive authorities of Primorye and Khabarovsk territories to develop and confirm an action plan for recording the number of Siberian tigers and Amur leopards, and to look into creating protected state nature reserves and national parks in those regions.
The Government is also instructed jointly with the Presidential Executive Office to ensure the adoption of a legislative act to create a specially protected nature reserve (national park) in the Bikin River basin and to submit proposals for forest management measures in Primorye Territory to be implemented in 2014–2016, giving special attention to the Siberian tiger and Amur leopard habitats.
The Prosecutor General’s Office, Investigative Committee, Interior Ministry and Federal Security Service have been instructed to submit their proposals on improving work to counter illegal logging and poaching of animals included in the Russian Federation’s Red Book.