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Public experts suggest creating “green” standards for the TORs of the Far East
The environmental problems of the Far East were discussed by a group of experts at a special session in the framework of the Days of the Far East in Moscow on the initiative of the Public Council under the Ministry of East Development of Russia. Representatives of the Ministry of Environmental Development and the Ministry of Environment, Rosprirodnadzor, business took part in the work.
The participants of the discussion drew attention to a number of regional problems that cause complaints of citizens, in particular, the issue of coal dust in Nakhodka. As a result of the discussion, a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Natural Resources Rashid Ismailov suggested introducing special "green" standards for TORs. And Deputy Director General of SUEK Denis Ilatovsky proposed applied steps that will lead to solving problems with coal dust in this city of Primorsky Krai. These proposals will be included in the final resolution and will be adopted by specialized structures.
Elena Grishina, Deputy Chairman of the Public Council at Rosprirodnadzor of Russia, initiated the development and signing of an agreement on cooperation between public councils, and also raised the topic of holding an international environmental forum in the DFO that is not inferior to WEF.
According to Sergey Kachaev, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation, despite the ambitious plans for the industrialization of the Far East, high rates of development and large volumes of construction, significantly exceeding the average Russian indicators, it is important to remember that the main thing in this work is a person living in the Far East.“The growth of industrial production should not disrupt the ecological balance of the region,” said Sergey Kachaev. “Therefore, we are closely following the issues and we will do everything possible to promptly solve the problems arising in this field.”