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The Mexican wolf was listed as endangered under the . Endangered Species Act in 1976, with the Mexican Wolf Recovery Team being formed three years later by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service . The Recovery Team composed the Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan , which called for the reestablishment of at least 100 wolves in their historic range through a captive breeding program. Between 1977 and 1980, four males and a pregnant female were captured in Durango and Chihuahua in Mexico to act as founders of a new "certified lineage". By 1999, with the addition of new lineages, the captive Mexican wolf population throughout the US and Mexico reached 178 individuals. These captive-bred animals were subsequently released into the Apache National Forest in eastern Arizona, and allowed to recolonize east-central Arizona and south-central New Mexico, areas which were collectively termed the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area (BRWRA). The Recovery Plan called for the release of additional wolves in the White Sands Wolf Recovery Area in south-central New Mexico, should the goal of 100 wild wolves in the Blue Range area not be achieved. 
The delegation of the Rosselkhoznadzor lead by Director of the FGBI “VGNKI” Vyacheslav Nikulin and Director of the FGBI “ARRIAH” Dmitry Lozovoy took part in the opening ceremony of the 30th Conference of the Regional Commission of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) for Asia, the Far East and Oceania in Putrajaya, Malaysia. In the course of the ceremony presentations were made by OIE Director General Dr. Monique Eloit, Secretary-General of Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry of Malaysia Ismail Bakar and several delegates of the OIE member-countries of the said region.