The Deputy Governor of the Murmansk region Roman Durjagin held a working meeting with the delegation of foreign policy Committee of the Danish Parliament, and stated that the region "does not remain aloof from the set of political vectors." About it reports "Evening Murmansk".
"We regularly organize conferences on Arctic themes, take part in similar events in Russia and abroad", — explained Durjagin.
In turn, the Chairman of foreign policy Committee of the Danish Parliament Soren Espersen reminded about successful cooperation of the two countries in the framework of the Council of the Barents Euro-Arctic region (BEAC).
"We saw how effective the Norwegian regions cooperating with the Murmansk region — develop investment, economic and trade relations, border cooperation, introduced special visa regime for residents of border areas
Eight Arctic countries, including Russia and the United States signed a statement on cooperation in the region. The document specifies the "basic principles and rules of the exchange of information on emergencies at sea and joint operations in the Arctic." In addition, the parties agreed to joint military exercises.
The first in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district (YANAO) plant for the recycling of plastic waste put into operation in Noyabrsk. The raw material used sorted polymer waste: film for household packaging, plastic bags, disposable tableware, industrial packaging, Jerry cans, plastic containers etc.
"Greenpeace of Russia" made a map of the natural and abandoned landfills on the territory of Arctic regions. The document was prepared in anticipation of the Arctic forum in Arkhangelsk and should help the leaders of the Arctic regions to work more effectively under the program of liquidation of accumulated environmental damage.
The head of the Federation Council Committee on rules Vadim Tulpanov proposed to introduce criminal liability for gross violation of public order while driving. The document proposes to expand the list of aggravating circumstances of article 213 of the Russian Criminal code ("Hooliganism").
Skier Olga Repnina, who won the skiathlon in the championship of Russia, commented on his performance at the tournament. Replacin noted that he would like to do all of the races, but will make decisions based on their well-being. She praised the willingness of the track in Khanty-Mansiysk.
Russian woman Dina Averina won three gold medals on the second day of the third stage of Gran-at on rhythmic gymnastics in the French Article. Averina excelled in exercises with Hoop, ball and clubs. Another Russian, Yulia Bravikova won gold (ribbon), two silver medals (Hoop, clubs) and bronze (ball).