250 Spruce, Fir and Cedar trees illegally felled in Novobirilyussky

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October 6, 2020 - Krasnoyarsk, Russia

A criminal case was opened in the illegal logging of 64 Spruce, 43 Fir, and 146 Cedar trees in the Taezhinsky forest. The value of the timber was about US$ 71,500.

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250 Spruce, Fir and Cedar trees illegally felled in Novobirilyussky

Photo: MIA Krasnoyarsk

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