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On September 6–7, Vladimir Putin will make working trip to Vladivostok

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  • Updated on Monday, September 5, 2022
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The President arrived in Kamchatka on 

 

Dhaka September 05 2022 :

 

During his working trip to the Kamchatka Territory, the President will meet with participants in the Ecosystem: Protected Territory National Environmental Youth Forum, hold a videoconference on the long-term socioeconomic development of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky municipal district and meet with Kamchatka Territory Governor Vladimir Solodov.

On September 6–7, Vladimir Putin will make working trip to Vladivostok

On September 6–7, the President will make a working trip to Vladivostok, the Far Eastern Federal District, where he will take part in the 7th Eastern Economic Forum.

On September 6, the head of state will observe the Vostok-2022 strategic command post exercises, which will involve the Eastern Military District troops under the command of the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces.

On the same day, Vladimir Putin will chair an expanded meeting of the Presidium of the State Council on the development of the national tourism industry under modern conditions.

Later on, the President will attend an interactive presentation on the Russian Far East development achievements at the EEF. Resident companies in priority development areas that are ready to launch their production will join the conference via videolink. Afterwards, the President will speak with the moderators of the key sessions of the forum via videoconference. Vladimir Putin will also have a working meeting with Governor of the Primorye Territory Oleg Kozhemyako.

On September 7, the head of state will speak at the plenary session of the 7th Eastern Economic Forum, themed On the Path To a Multipolar World.

Along with the President of Russia, the meeting will be attended by Chairman of the State Administration Council, Prime Minister of the caretaker government, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Min Aung Hlaing; Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan; Prime Minister of Mongolia Luvsannamsrain Oyun-Erdene; and Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of China Li Zhanshu.

Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Malaysia Ismail Sabri Yaakob will send video greetings.

During the day, Vladimir Putin is also scheduled to meet bilaterally with foreign leaders invited to the EEF 2022. They will exchange views on current issues on the bilateral and regional agenda.

 

Video address to participants of 2nd International Tiger Conservation Forum on 

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Ladies and gentlemen, friends,

I welcome the participants and guests of the Second International Tiger Conservation Forum.

Your meeting is taking place in Vladivostok – the capital of Primorye, which is one of the main habitats of the Amur tiger, as well as a region famous for its hospitality and longstanding traditions of environmental protection, with many generations of dedicated wildlife protectors.

I am sure that such an atmosphere will encourage a fruitful professional dialogue between experts, ecologists, scientists from different countries, which will benefit the entire tiger family.

A new meeting of representatives of the tiger range states was planned 12 years ago in St Petersburg, at the first ever event called ‘tiger summit.’ We are pleased that many of the goals we set then have been achieved. The total number of these exceptionally beautiful predators has grown by 40 percent globally since 2010.

At the same time, despite all efforts, the tiger has disappeared in a number of countries since that summit. In some countries, its survival is still in jeopardy.

In this regard, strengthening international cooperation and exchanging experience with those who have succeeded in the conservation of the tiger is of particular importance.

I am pleased to praise the achievements of our colleagues from India, Nepal, Bhutan, and China, where the tiger populations are growing steadily.

We in Russia also have something to be proud of. Twelve years ago, there were no more than 390 adult Amur tigers in our Far Eastern taiga. Now there are about 750 of them, including cubs. This is the result of systematic measures implemented at the state level, but above all, a tangible result of the coordinated, hard work of Russian scientists, enthusiasts, and environmental organisations.

Large specially protected natural areas have been established in the range of this rare predator, which was largely due to the dedicated work of the Amur Tiger Centre. The relevant specialists and services have received all the necessary tools, the most cutting-edge equipment.

A dedicated effort to harmonise the relationship between the tiger and humans also played a positive role. Penalties for poaching and illegal business involving tigers have been toughened, and a system of rehabilitation and reintroduction of these animals has been created.

Thanks to the tiger cub population, which has recovered and is trained to live in the wild, the population is restoring in two Russian regions, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and the Amur Territory, where the tiger used to be found but then disappeared.

It is gratifying that our Kazakhstani partners have found our experience useful for their programme to return the tiger to Central Asia. Russian experts share the confidence of our colleagues that the first tigers may appear there as early as 2025.

This initiative is extremely important. The tiger needs large areas. According to experts, the protection and expansion of its habitats is one of our main objectives, and it is a bigger project than just protecting the tiger. It involves improving entire ecosystems that are home to both animals and humans.

Now only a fifth of the world’s tiger range is under special protection. And I would very much like all subspecies of the tiger family to be taken care of as much as our beautiful Amur tiger.

To ensure its reliable future, we need to solve just a few specific and substantive problems, including establishing additional protected areas in a number of tiger reserves. And it will definitely be done.

I would like to thank everyone who is dedicated to the protection of wildlife. Your achievements are very important, because humanity is still learning to live in harmony with nature, and to use its riches prudently.

I wish the participants of the Second Tiger Forum success. I hope that you have a rewarding time in Russia, surrounded by like-minded people, that you receive great impressions, gain new knowledge, and make new friends.

I wish you all the best.

 

Greetings on opening of 14th Open National Youth Martial Arts Games

Vladimir Putin sent greetings to participants, organisers, and guests of the 14th Open National Youth Martial Arts Games on September 4, 2022.

The message reads in part:

“The upcoming competitions occupy their rightful place among both significant and large-scale events in the calendar of children’s and youth sports. Every year, it brings together energetic and talented participants who are engaged in various types of martial arts. These matches help the fighters assess their own strengths and capabilities, hone their skills and gain experience. And most importantly, such prestigious and high-level competitions foster fortitude and dedication, one’s ability to take a punch and not back down from a challenge.

I am sure that the current Games will prove successful, will help popularise martial arts and promote the values of a healthy, active lifestyle, especially among young people.”

Telephone conversation with President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev on September 3, 2022.

The leaders had an in-depth discussion of the current situation in the South Caucasus and stressed the importance of coordinated efforts to ensure stability and security on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border and to establish economic ties and transport links in the region. In this context, they reaffirmed their commitment to steadily implement the trilateral agreements of the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia of November 9, 2020, and January 11 and November 26, 2021.

Ilham Aliyev spoke about his meeting in Brussels with Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan and President of the European Council Charles Michel on August 31.

The Presidents also discussed some practical issues of the bilateral agenda, including trade, the economy, energy and humanitarian sphere.

They agreed to maintain contacts.

 

Telephone conversation with President of Turkiye Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of the Republic of Turkiye Recep Tayyip Erdogan on September 3, 2022.

The Turkish leader expressed condolences over the death of former President of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev and noted his significant role in the contemporary history of Russia and the entire world.

The leaders discussed further progress of the multifaceted cooperation between Russia and Turkiye in the context of the agreements reached in Sochi on August 5.

They reaffirmed their commitment to expand trade and economic relations, including promoting joint strategic projects in energy.

The discussion also touched upon the situation in Ukraine. Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed Russia’s constructive role in organising the IAEA mission to the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant. Also, they reviewed the implementation of the grain deal concluded in Istanbul on July 22 with mediation of the President of Turkiye.

The leaders agreed to continue contacts.

 

Greetings on 300th anniversary of Izhora Plants

Vladimir Putin sent greetings to the current and former workers of the Izhora Plants, one of Russia’s oldest industrial entities on September 3, 2022.

The message reads, in part:

“You can be rightly proud of the history of your enterprises, which have always safeguarded the nation’s security and made a significant contribution to enhancing the combat capacity of our Army and Navy. During the Great Patriotic War, the plant’s workers produced advanced types of armoured equipment and munitions for multiple launch rockets. We will always remember the legendary volunteer Izhora Battalion, which defended Leningrad from the enemy.

Today the Izhhora Plants are a major high-tech industrial complex, a powerhouse of Russian heavy machine building which manufactures equipment for the nuclear energy and petrochemical sectors. The plant’s workers cherish and continue the great traditions of their predecessors, successfully achieve their goals and work with great dedication.

I am confident that when the Izhora industrial site is transferred under Rosatom’s management, new horizons and opportunities will open up for you.”

Greetings to the 5th Ildar Abdrazakov International Music Festival

Vladimir Putin sent a message of greetings to the participants, organisers and guests of the 5th Ildar Abdrazakov International Music Festival on September 2, 2022.

The message reads, in part:

“It is gratifying that the remarkable project of Ildar Abdrazakov, one of the leading Russian and world opera singers, has gained deep respect and loyal fans. Every year it boosts its creative potential and pushes its boundaries.

The full concert programme and geographic reach of this anniversary season, from Moscow to Vladivostok, will make it possible for wide audiences to see the best examples of opera classics and vocal art. And, of course, the festival will discover new, young talents of Russia. It is an excellent school of professional skills for novice gifted performers and makes people’s lives spiritually richer and more interesting.

I believe that the festival will give its participants and guests vivid and unforgettable impressions.”

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