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Ukrainian Parliament supports ban on timber harvesting in Carpathians

The current bill, adopted as the basis, foresees that the wood cannot be cut on the premises of national reservations in the Carpathian Mountains
21:22, 3 April 2018

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Verkhovna Rada, the Ukrainian parliament, supported the bill No.6749 'On the ban of total timber harvesting in the beech woods located on the hillsides of the Carpathian region'. 259 MPs supported the draft law as the basis.

The document stipulates that the wood cannot be cut on the premises of national parks and natural reservations in the Carpathian Mountains. The MPs also offer to forbid the total wood procurement in the beech and silver-fir woods in the region. If adopted irrevocably, it will only allow selective harvesting of the wood in the forests located on the hillsides of the Carpathian region.

The total ban on timber harvesting of silver-firs and beeches acted in 2000-2010, then it was canceled.

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