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FEDERAL FORESTRY AGENCY (FFA) - ROSLESHOZ

rosleshoz.gov.ru

The FFA (Rosleskhoz) is a federal organ of executive power, performing functions of:

  • Developing and implementing state policy and legal-normative regulation;
  • Controlling and supervising;
  • Providing state services and managing state property

MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECOLOGY - MINPRIRODY

www.mnr.gov.ru

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (Minprirody) is a federal executive authority performing functions of public policy making and statutory regulation in the field of natural resource management and ecology. It coordinates and supervises the work of several related agencies, one of them being the FFA.

MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION - MINPROMTORG

minpromtorg.gov.ru

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (Minpromtorg) is a federal executive body responsible for drafting and implementing government policy and legal regulation in the industrial sector, including in the forestry sector.

RUSSIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SILVICULTURE AND MECHANIZATION - VNIILM

www.vniilm.ru/index.php/en

The Russian Research Institute for Silviculture and Mechanization of Forestry (VNIILM) was founded in 1934 under a resolution of the USSR government. It is a federal state institution leading in forestry. The Institute aims to provide research and development for regulatory, normative and technical aspects of forest management and forest use, conservation, protection and regeneration.

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (CCI OF RUSSIA)

Bldg. 1, 6/1, Ilyinka St., Moscow, 109012
tpprf.ru/en/

The Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) is a member of the global network of national CCIs.

WWF RUSSIA

109240 Moscow, Nikoloyamskaya St.19, building 3
wwf.ru

WWF is a global and one of the largest non-governmental nature conservation organizations in the world. WWF began its work in Russia in 1988. WWF currently runs The Forest Programme – with the aim of conserving the biological diversity of Russian forests by adoption of systems that support their sustainable management and protection.