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The safety of tigers and leopards will be discussed at the forum "Nature without borders" in Primorye

The issues of safety of wildlife objects, in particular the Amur tiger and the Far Eastern leopard, will be discussed during the international scientific-practical conference "International and national legal mechanisms for the use and protection of wildlife objects", the press service of the Primorsky Territory government reports.

The event will be held 23-24 October in the framework of the VIII International Environmental Forum "Nature without borders".

The discussion program includes more than 20 topics related to legal and other aspects of the use and protection of wildlife, in particular, especially valuable wild animals - the Amur tiger and the Far Eastern leopard.

The VIII International Ecological Forum "Nature without Borders" will be held in Primorye on October 23-24 on Russky Island. The forum has been held since 2006.

For the history of its holding, the event has become a popular platform, which allows discussing topical environmental issues at a high professional level and charting prospects for their solution.

In 2014, the Forum is held under the auspices of the Primorye Administration, the Far Eastern Federal University and the Russian National Committee for the Promotion of the United Nations Environment Program.

This year, the main theme of the VIII International Forum "Nature without Borders" will be the problem of interaction between industrialists and environmental scientists in the implementation of infrastructure projects, the department of natural resources and environmental protection of the Primorsky Territory reported.

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