In Kiev have already begun to sell NOVOGODNIE tree, despite the fact that the official permissions to open the Christmas markets on December 15. Citizens warn that the trees may be illegal, and cashing in during the holidays – the poachers.
About it writes “Today”.
One of these points was noticed near the metro station “dorohozhychi.” The trees scattered on the sidewalk. Regarding prices, they start from 200 UAH.
“We have four points – two here and two on Lukyanovka. Brought them of Chernihiv region”, – said the seller, adding that they are working legally.
However, the trees did not have any chips, which are a certificate of quality. As told “Today” in the city hall, the spot sales of new year’s beauties are illegal, and citizens should report them to the police or to the parks Department of the KSCA. Such violators will strongly fight and sanction.
“All illegal traders will be issued, and then begin the dismantling of these points. The penalty for violation is for a legal entity 1700 UAH, and for physical persons – 800 UAH”, – told us in the KSCA.
The official fair will open at the end of next week, their capital will be 190.Buy them a tree will be from 7 am to 17 PM.
“We are now just starting to enter into contracts with entrepreneurs. They need us to provide a package of documents, among which there must be information about the quality and origin of the trees. Must be a contract for the cleaning of the territory after the fair, and removal of trees that have not been sold. All trees must be preciomania” – said Andrushchenko.
Recall, the experts told how to choose the perfect Christmas tree and not to harm nature.
As reported by the portal Know.ia in Lviv was opened the first in this year’s residence of St. Nicholas. Young Ukrainians have a bright holiday and plenty of fun.
Also Know As.Eeyore wrote about what Ukrainians said the proper way to exercise abroad for the new year to bring luck and sdisney dream.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.