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Forest law enforcement and governance (FLEG) in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia (ENA) : Обеспечение соблюдения лесного законодательства и управления (ФЛАГ) в Восточной Европе и Северной Азии (ЕСА) (الروسية)

Poor governance in the forest sector is a generalized and significant problem in many countries. Forest harvesting, processing of wood, and trade of forest products often take place in unauthorized ways and involve many illegal operators. Achieving a reasonable measure of sustainable forest management will likely remain an unattainable and distant objective unless governments are able to reach an acceptable degree of legal compliance. Increasing awareness of the gravity of illegal activities in the sector is motivating governments to devise strategies to improve the level of compliance with the law.The Forest Law Enforcement, and Governance process (FLEG) is a multilateral, multi stakeholder strategy for improving governance and legal compliance through the organization of corrective actions at both national and international levels. FLEG is a major multinational effort involving governments of interested countries and multilateral and bilateral donors focusing on combating illegal acts affecting forest resources. This document aims at providing a reference framework for facilitating communication and enriching the FLEG debates and processes in this region, covering the Russian Federation, Central Asia, and the Balkans.

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