648m3 of Poplar timber felled illegally near Dolgovishchennyy

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October 16, 2020 - Kursk, Russia

A criminal case was sent to court in the Oboyansky District against a resident accused of illegal logging. Over the course of four months, 613 Poplar trees were felled illegally near Dolgovishchennyy totaling a volume of 648.34 cubic meters and valued at more than US$ 25K.

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648m3 of Poplar timber felled illegally near Dolgovishchennyy

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