This was announced by the Ministry of Environment (Minam). According to Andina News Agency, the country has 10 species of cedar and four of them are endemic to Peru’s forests.
“Minam said that this is one of the conclusions achieved at the 18th Meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora”, the news agency wrote.
Deputy Minister of Strategic Development of Natural Resources, Gabriel Quijandría, stressed the importance of this forum which brings together the public, private and specialist sectors in order to publicize the latest decisions taken at COP18 of the Cites, which will have to be implemented by the various countries.
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