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74 cubic meters wood illegally cut nearby Makrany village, Glussk district

74 cubic meters wood was illegally cut nearby Makrany village, Glussk district. The information is provided by the State inspection for flora and fauna protection under the President of the Republic of Belarus.

On the territory of the forestry the unknown cut down the whole glade – 196 trees including a birch, a hornbeam, an alder tree, an oak, an ash tree and an aspen. One of the criminals has already been established by the officers of Osipovichi district’s inspection. He is a local resident in the yard of whom the officers have found 74 cubic meters of wood. He stored the timber for his own needs and for sale.

The officers of the Glussk district department of the Investigation Committee are investigating the case. The damage has made over Br45 m.

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