Trees are being cut down in Yalta for laying a gas pipeline

January 5, 2021

In the occupied Crimea, near the Yalta mountain-forest reserve, trees are being cut down for laying a gas pipeline. According to the Zapovedny Krym establishment, the trees are being demolished outside the reserve. The press service of the department reported.

"The felling shown in the photo is associated with the laying of the gas pipeline of the State Unitary Enterprise of the Republic of Kazakhstan" Chernomorneftegaz "outside the specially protected natural area of the gas processing plant" Yalta Gorno-Lesnoy ", ie outside the reserve," the message says.

The ministry stressed that the construction of a new gas pipeline "will solve the long-term problem of hundreds of thousands of Crimeans."