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The Amur Institute will be the center of applied development and expertise in the field of water use

The Ministry of Development of the Far East discussed the concept of the international center of expertise "Institute Amur". The meeting was chaired by Deputy Minister Oleg Skufinsky.

The Institute of Amur, according to the participants of the meeting, should become not only a research base that would accumulate knowledge about the problems of the Amur River basin, but also a center for applied research, expertise of technological and managerial decisions of the relevant federal and regional executive bodies.

Oleg Skufinsky put forward a proposal on the formation of a list of potential products of the Institute on the basis of real demand of state companies, authorities and businesses.

In order to accelerate the creation of such a center, an ad hoc working group will be established, with experts in the field of protection and rational use of water resources, hydrotechnical safety and renewable energy sources, aquaculture.

The meeting was attended by representatives of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory, the World Wildlife Fund, the Russian Geographical Society, RAO Energy Systems of the East, RusHydro, as well as recognized international experts in the field of hydraulic engineering - VanOord and Royal Haskoning.

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