Tue, 12 Jun 2018 19:52 - Updated Tue, 12 Jun 2018 19:52
State Secretary recommends rational wood exploration
Menongue - The exploitation of the flora must take into account the cut and the reforestation for the protection of the environment, said today in Menongue, province of Cuando Cubango, the Secretary of State for Forest Resources, André de Jesus Moda.
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André de Jesus Moda
André de Jesus Moda made this recommendation when speaking during the launching of the first stone of the project of the Warehouse of Supervision and Trading of Wood in the municipality of Menongue, an activity of national scope, under the guidance of the President of the Republic João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço.
The Government official emphasized to the loggers that in the act of the cut they must do the plantation, since the trees and the forests are for the environment and the society a source of products and services of social and economic character of extreme importance for the maintenance of the biodiversity.
In this context, he advised them to comply with the requirements imposed on them by the State in order to provide better protection of their forest resources, especially their enterprises.
He said on the occasion that the project of the Warehouse of Supervision and Trade of Wood will boost the economic development of the province.
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