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The work of an international Nature Without Borders ecological forum began here on Wednesday with the planting of relict trees
The work of an international Nature Without Borders ecological forum began here on Wednesday with the planting of relict trees. Delegates from Russia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and China planted 200 seedlings of trees that are relict for Russia's Primorsky (maritime) Territory -- common horse chestnut and Siebold's magnolia. The chestnut seedlings have been brought from the European part of Russia while magnolia from North Korea. The trees were planted near a boarding school for gifted children. The school is to be inaugurated on Sept 1. The forum has drawn more than 600 delegates from Russia, the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and China. They intend to discuss a wide range of ecological problems that are of current concern to Pacific Rim countries, such as the use of marine bioresources, recycling, and the formation of a common ecological space in the Asia-Pacific Region. Territory Governor Sergei Darkin has told journalists that the signing of an international programme for the recycling of solid household waste may be one of the results of the forum. "Our task is to evaluate the most advanced experience gained by Southeast Asian countries in solving this problem," he pointed out.
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