RUSSIAN DIPLOMATS PLANTED TREES IN NEW DELHI

Tuesday, 08 August 2017 16:09

New Delhi. August 5. Russian diplomats and members of their families planted new wayside trees in the vicinity of the diplomatic mission within the Green Delhi campaign organized by New Delhi authorities.

«During last three years the Indian capital lost more than 15000 trees as a result of the active real estate development. We do our best to preserve the green outlook of New Delhi and health of its citizens» - Naresh Kumar, Chairman of NDMC, said. - We try to set of a loss and grateful to the Embassy for the participation in our ecological scheme. We look forward to the continuation of our cooperation with a view to make the capital better and more comfortable for all its residents.

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