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The first international conference on problems of the Arctic zone of the northeast of Russia was opened in the capital of Chukotka

In Anadyr the first international scientific-practical conference "Problems and prospects of development Arctic zone North-East of Russia ”, the press service of the regional government reports.

The motto of the conference is the words of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin: “We need a new logic, modern principles of work in the Arctic”.

The range of conference participants is not limited solely to representatives of the north-east of Russia. Applications were received from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Moldova, Poland, Denmark, Romania, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan and Germany.

The topics of the subsections are diverse: from the socio-economic problems of the region to the innovative and highly efficient technologies of life and environmental management.

For example, Peter Andrew Balka, Chief Operating Officer of Tigers Realm Coal Limited, and Leonid Skoptsov, General Director of CJSC North-Pacific Coal Company, presented a presentation on the current state and prospects for developing coking coal deposits of the large export-oriented vertically integrated mining complex ".

The conference was organized by the government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the Northeastern Federal University. MK Ammosova, Northeastern Integrated Research Institute. N. A. Shilo of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Chukot Branch of the Russian Geographical Society.

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