228m3 of Oak, Ash and Elm illegally felled near Koksharovka

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April 13, 2021 - Primorsky, Russia

While patrolling forests in the Koksharovsky district forest inspectors with the Ministry of Forestry discovered illegal tree felling. The volume of wood species cut down - Oak, Ash, Elm - was 228 cubic meters. The damage is estimated at 38.4 million rubles. At the site of the illegal felling, the police confiscated a tractor and timber. Three suspects were detained.

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