In Sri Lanka, from next week, as the import of the chainsaw ban and the mills close to forests are to be protected. That is, the government of president Maithripala Sirisena on Friday has been announced.
The president wants to go into battle against the illegal felling of trees and the bosbedekking in the country to grow from 28 to 32 per cent in the next ten years or so.
Four months ago, Sirisena, who is also the minister for the Environment, it is already a requirement for chainsaws to be registered with the police. In three weeks ‘ time will be so 82.000 units will be registered.
It is not clear if the chainsaws are no longer being accepted. Or let the president know that the saw mills for five years for the time to come to their shop. Finally, he called for, by which time a new job is to search for it.