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The Ministry of Environment will take part in the China Mining-2014 international conference in the PRC
The Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia will take part in the China Mining 2014 International Conference and Exhibition of Mining Industry Achievements, which will be held on October 20-23, 2014 in Tianjin (PRC). According to the press service of the ministry, the Russian delegation will be headed by the Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Denis Khramov.
The main event of the business part of the program will be the Russian-Chinese Investment Forum. In particular, Evgeny Kiselev, Deputy Head of Rosnedra, will make a presentation on the “State, problems and ways to increase investment in the development of solid mineral deposits”, Director of FSUE “VIMS” Grigory Mashkovtsev will present a presentation on the “State and prospects for the development of the black mineral base and alloying metals of Russia ".
In addition, as part of the China Mining-2014 business program, a number of bilateral meetings of representatives of the Russian delegation with foreign partners are scheduled. The parties will discuss the specifics of legislation in the field of geology and subsoil use, government incentives for investment in the exploration sector, the experience of junior companies, the introduction of new advanced technologies in the mining sector, etc.
Among the key events of the China-2014 exhibition are the presentation of an interactive on-line map containing geological information about the regions of the Russian Federation, as well as the opening of a unique photo exhibition, Sacred Natural Sites of Russia.
In 2013, about 7 thousand delegates and 470 exhibitors from 55 countries took part in the work of "China Mining". At 6 events key conference sessions and 44 panel meetings were made by 11 mining ministers from around the world.