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Chukotka Energy Interested Participants in International Assembly

Chukotka Energy Interested Participants in International Assembly
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The delegation of the Chukotka Autonomous Region participated for the first time in the Arctic Circle international assembly. At a forum in Reykjavik, 50 countries discussed issues of sustainable development of the Russian region.

According to the press service of the regional government, business and science representatives were especially interested in the world's first FNPP in Pevek and the prospects for using the liquefied natural year in the region. In addition, participants discussed the replacement of traditional energy resources with clean and renewable energy sources in Chukotka.

The interest of the international community was also aroused by the program for creating the Bering region. The assembly discussed the experience in the Bering Strait region (on the border with the United States).