52 tonnes of Teak and other hardwoods seized in Kyunhla

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February 23, 2020 - Sagaing, Myanmar

Officials seized 52.8364 tonnes of Teak, Ironwood, Shorea spp., and Arjuna wood in early February in the Kyunhla Township. The wood was allegedly illegal and originated from the Pyuangtwe forest.

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