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The National Association of Forestry (OEE) has issued a statement drawing attention to the fact that forests are Hungary’s most important resource alongside arable land, and their conservation and enrichment is a key national issue. The association stresses that under the current conditions, forest managers will be able to meet the demand for firewood in a timely manner without endangering the sustainability of our country’s forests, Hirado.hu reports.
According to the statement, the great social resonance of the emergency government decree shows that the Hungarian people are committed to the cause of forests to the utmost, which is why the association considers it important to shed light on the background of individual decisions within a broad public scope.
The aim of the government decree is to serve the interests of society by temporarily speeding up the supply of harvestable firewood to the market in the event of an emergency.
The regulation does not contain instructions, but options,”
as stressed in the statement.
The statement also reveals that thanks to the conscientious work of the Hungarian forestry community, Hungary’s forest area has more than doubled since Trianon, and the country’s stock of living wood is growing by “millions of cubic meters” every year, meaning that the left’s only aim in spreading the fake news of Hungary’s desertification is to create panic.
The association stressed that “under the current conditions, forest managers will be able to meet the demand for firewood in a timely manner, without compromising the sustainability of our country’s forests.”
“Forest management is a complex process that takes into account recreational, conservation, and economic aspects. The very initiation of forest-related decisions is the competence of highly qualified forestry professionals. Foresters will continue to plan all interventions within the framework of long-term forest plans, fully aware of their accountable responsibilities,” the statement continued.
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