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The first international ecological forum Nature without Boundaries has come to an end in Vladivostok
The first international ecological forum Nature without Boundaries has come to an end in Vladivostok. As the forum organizing committee reported, the final resolution included such proposals as the setting up of an ecological council of the Asian-Pacific region (APR), organization of a single centre for monitoring the ecological state of the APR countries and creation of a system of transborder mountain reserves. Besides, it is planned to develop jointly with China and North Korea a coordinated programme of stable development of natural resources with account of preserving the Far Eastern leopard. The forum participants also decided to recommend to ban hunting for hoof animals in the reproduction zones and areas of the Maritime Territory. More than 600 scientists and statesmen from six countries - - Russia, Japan, the United States, China, Great Britain and Netherlands took part in the forum. More than 100 reports, which dealt with a wide rage of issues: from the protection of rare kinds of animals to cleaning of the area of water of the Sea of Japan, were made at the forum. According to the forum organizing committee, a permanent commission on the implementation of the forum’s decisions in the field of environmental protection will be set up. Besides, the Maritime administration begins preparations for a children’s ecological forum due to be held in Vladivostok in August.
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