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Ban on illegal meat and wood

Mondulkiri Deputy Provincial Governor Heng Samnang has announced an order requiring all restaurants in the province to stop serving wild meat and using illegal timber products, said an April 25 press release from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The announcement coincides with the launch of the year-long campaign “Say No to Wild Meat and Illegal Wood Products”, organised by forestry officials and the WWF. The campaign will target both suppliers and consumers.

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