DOE Defends Policy on Hunting

The Department of Environment has defended the policy of granting hunting licenses in the face of criticism by environmentalists
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Hunting permits are awarded after environmental experts define the hunting season in every region

Following recent criticisms and complaints on social media and in cyberspace regarding the hunting permits issued by the Department of Environment, the organization elaborated on the matter in a statement.
Highlighting the necessity of protecting the environment and wildlife as valuable national treasures, Ali Teymouri, deputy for natural environment and biodiversity at DOE, assured all who are concerned that the department will do its best to prevent any factor threatening the nature in the country.
In a statement, the DOE's public relations department said, "Hunting is a professional field underpinned with science, and the Constitution has explicitly tasked the DOE to make decisions about the type, quantity, place and process of issuing hunting permits."


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