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Prospects for sustainable development and improving the quality of life in the Arctic will be discussed at an international conference in Yakutsk

As part of the Year of the Arctic, the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is holding from 26 to 28 November 2014 in the city of Yakutsk the International Scientific and Practical Conference "The Arctic: Prospects for Sustainable Development". This was reported by the press service of the press service of the Ministry for Federal Relations and External Relations of the republic.

“At the meetings of the conference, it is planned to consider a wide range of issues on the development of human capital and improving the quality of life in the Arctic, ecology and the development of the mineral resource base, the creation of innovative technologies for the energy and utilities complex, the introduction of information and communication technologies in the Arctic, the preservation of the traditional way of life and traditional economic activities of the northern peoples, ensuring transport mobility, organizing a scheme for the delivery of goods to hard-to-reach territories, ”the message says.

Within the framework of the conference, an exhibition "Arctic Technologies" will be held, which will present exhibition expositions of Russian and foreign companies in the field of construction, energy, utilities, mining, agriculture, transport, small and medium-sized businesses.

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