Environmentalists calculate the losses caused by the crash of Boeing 747 nearby Manas International Airport.
As the State Ecological and Technical Safety Inspectorate informed 24.kg news agency, its staff went to the scene on January 16. "Inspectors from Sokuluk district were there for almost a week. The ecological laboratory of the State Agency of Environment and Forestry took samples of soil and air. We calculate the damage caused to flora objects. According to preliminary data, about 165 trees have been swept away and damaged. We wait for the results of laboratory tests to count the additional losses," the agency informed.
The agency noted that the damage will be reimbursed by guilty of the plane crash.