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South Korea opens an office in the Antarctic Center
South Korea is creating its office in Christchurch for more convenient delivery of its scientists to Antarctica, according to IA RUSKOR.
Christchurch is one of the main hubs that scientists around the world use to get to the icy continent. Italy, the USA and New Zealand opened their offices at the international Antarctic center. Now they are joined by South Korea. By joining forces, it is easier for mills to deliver personnel and equipment to the continent.
The responsible representative of Antarctica New Zealand, Peter Beggs, noted that now four international programs for the study of the Ross Sea of Antarctica will be concentrated in one hub.
Recent studies have shown that activities related to Antarctica annually bring $ 102,9 million to the region’s economy.