NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has instructed to plant over two billion trees in forests and 15 million trees in settlements within five years. Addressing the Kazakh people on September Tokayev said the parliament is working on a new Environmental Code, which is aimed at solving a number

of systemic problems. “I ask the parliament to consider and adopt this important document by the end of the year. I instruct the government to start implementing practical measures to improve the ecological situation.

We should approve a long-term plan for the conservation and rational use of biological diversity.

More than 2 billion trees in the forest fund and 15 million in the population items will be planted within five years. This action will lead to large-scale greening of our country,” the president told.

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