The cattlemen compensation process for the bovines previously slaughtered due to the nodular dermatitis disease in Durres district ended on Tuesday.
The Minister of Environment, Lefter Koka, along with Durres Agricultural Directory and the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Waters Management (MARDWM) representatives, distributed the remaining part of the cows, fully compensating the 75 cattlemen of this district within a very short period of time.
“This is the 2nd quantity of cows distributed in Durresi district as part of the compensation for the animals slaughtered due to the nodular dermatitis disease. I want to thank the MARDWM for the intensive work done for the prevention of this disease spreading and the cattlemen’s quick compensation for the experienced damages. This is another kept promise of this ministry,” said Koka.
A total of 75 Danish cows were distributed in Shijak, part of Durresi district, along with the respective biological certificates of their origins and the way they should be treated in the future.