Transcarpathians will also strike against abolition of the ban on the export of wood logs
Woodworking companies of Ukraine announced a one-day warning strike against abolition of the ban on the export of wood logs.
On November 26, at the meeting of the Association of Woodworkers and Loggers of Western Ukraine, it was decided to hold a one-day warning strike to prevent the abolition of the law on the moratorium on the export of raw wood abroad.
Recall that the Verkhovna Rada introduced a ban (moratorium) on the export of unprocessed wood. It came into force on December 1, 2015. The law prohibits for 10 years the export of raw wood abroad.
On November 24, at the press conference during the summit Ukraine - EU Commission, the President Jean-Claude Juncker said that the President Petro Poroshenko had expressed his intention to lift the moratorium on the export of wood logs that will allow to give Ukraine the next tranche of the macro-financial assistance amounting to 600 million euros.
Woodworking companies of Transcarpathian region ask the public to use their influence in order to avoid another law anti-people decision. which turns Ukraine into a raw material appendage of the developed countries.
On December 1, at 13:00, in the forest husbandry department at Sobranetska st., 156, there will be the meeting of the Public Council, where they will discuss the attempt to abolish the ban on the export of wood logs.
On December 4, in front of the RSA building, there will be a rally against the possible adoption of the law on abolition of the moratorium.
The organizers invite journalists to join and cover the problem and thus make a significant contribution to combating the authorities' intention to make money on natural resources belonging to the people of Ukraine.
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Ну і шо?
Нехай пані експерт опуститься на землю і подумає, де і кому даватимуться ліцензія на вивіз кругдяка.І хто на цьому заробить. А апетит приходить під час їжі. Будуть рубати так як в останній день.
8 October 2018 18:18