1000m3 of Cedar, Fir, Birch and Larch felled illegaly in Mansky and Partizansky

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October 17, 2020 - Krasnoyarsk, Russia

A criminal case was opened against a man allegedly responsible for illegal logging. More than 1,000 cubic meters of timber of various species including Cedar, Fir, Birch, Aspen and Larch were felled illegally in the districts of Mansky and Partizansky between August and September 2019. The timber was harvested without permits and was valued at about US$ 78K.

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1000m3 of Cedar, Fir, Birch and Larch felled illegaly in Mansky and Partizansky

Photo: MIA Krasnoyarsk

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