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Red Book trees were cut down during the construction of houses in Primorye

Red Book trees were cut down during the construction of houses in Primorye
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During the construction of the Yuzhny housing complex in Vladivostok, the prosecutor's office revealed felling of Red Book trees. The damage amounted to about two million rubles.

According to the press service of the prosecutor's office of the Primorsky Territory, the audit was organized on the basis of citizens' appeals and media publications. As a result, the facts were confirmed.

It turned out that during the construction of the housing complex, the developer cut down the seven-blade kalopanaks listed in the Red Book of Russia and Primorye. At the same time, before the start of construction, the trees were marked with red and white ribbons. Now out of 107 trees, only one remains. The remaining instances of seven-bladed kalopanax are destroyed.

The prosecutor's office introduced the developer and the construction contractor. According to preliminary estimates of environmentalists, the damage exceeded two million rubles. Now based on the materials of the prosecutor’s office, the issue of initiating a criminal case under the article “Illegal felling of forest stands” is being resolved.

Violations were revealed in the work of the Vladivostok administration: officials issued permission to cut down green spaces. The presentation was made to the head of Vladivostok.

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