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International Ecological Forum "Nature without Borders" opened in Vladivostok

On October 23, the VIII International Ecological Forum "Nature without Borders" opened at the Far Eastern Federal University. In the next two days, the FEFU campus on about. Russian will be a discussion platform for Russian and foreign experts and prominent scientists who discuss issues of interaction with business in the implementation of large infrastructure projects in the Far East. Foreign participants include specialists and researchers from South Korea, the USA and Finland. The forum is organized by the Primorsky Territory Administration, the Far Eastern Federal University, the Russian National Committee for Assistance to the UN Environment Program. This was reported by DV-ROSS.

Welcoming the participants, the Governor of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky noted that in 2014, the eco-forum was first held at FEFU in a fundamentally new format and its main task is to establish a successful dialogue of environmental scientists, authorities and industrialists, which the region needs so much.

- Today, Russia is actively strengthening its positions in the APR. President Vladimir Putin announced the development of the Far East as a national priority for the 21st century. Primorsky Krai is at the forefront of these processes - grandiose investment projects are being implemented across the region, which will serve as a base for tens of thousands of new high-tech jobs. But Primorye, of course, worried about the impact of these projects on the unique ecology of our region. I will always adhere to this position: all investment projects that are being implemented in Primorye must meet the strictest environmental standards, "said Vladimir Miklushevsky.

The Governor also stressed that one of the key tasks in preserving the unique nature of the region is the ecological education of the younger generation - children and youth. This should be aimed at educational programs of seaside kindergartens, schools, vocational education institutions, universities.

- We are faced with the task of leaving descendants a successful and dynamic region, with a developed economy, modern industries, and a sufficient number of jobs. All this should not interfere with the residents to be healthy and happy. To balance these interests is the most important task of the Nature without Borders Forum, said FEFU Rector Sergey Ivanets. - FEFU is located on the Russian island - it is an environmentally friendly environment, and we would like to see the highest environmental standards always maintained in this place.

At the end of the opening ceremony, Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky, Rector Sergei Ivanets and other participants of the forum visited a specialized exhibition, where seaside companies presented the latest technologies that are now used in waste recycling and production.

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