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To Reinforce the Principle of Environmental Sustainability: the Reintroduction of a New Group of Reem gazelles in Marat Natural Park
​​​In the presence of the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture for the Environment, the Governor of Marat Governorate, the CEO of the National Center for Wildlife and the CEO of the National Center for Vegetation Cover Development and Combating Desertification, the National Center for Wildlife reintroduced a new group of 15 gazelles in Marat Natural Park in Marat Governorate in the Riyadh region. This comes within the national program for the reintroduction of wild species in reserves and natural parks, with the participation of many governmental and private agencies and in implementation of the national strategy for preserving the environment and its natural heritage in order to achieve the principle of sustainable development through the development of natural wealth and its associated biodiversity and benefiting from it in a sustainable manner in accordance with the Kingdom's Vision 2030.

On this occasion, His Excellency Dr. Muhammad Ali Qurban, CEO of the National Center for Wildlife, explained that the reintroduction comes as a continuation of the center's efforts to promote sustainable environmental development and raise the efficiency and attractiveness of natural parks for tourism investment in various regions of the Kingdom. His Excellency added that the national program for the reintroduction of wild species will soon extend to other regions with the aim of resettling local wild animals that are threatened with extinction and restoring the prosperity and environmental equilibrium of natural environments around the country in addition to raising awareness, enhancing opportunities for environmental education, improving the quality of life and consolidating the pillars of community partnership, in order to ensure its vitality and continuity For the benefit of present and future generations.​




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