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Major Activities

Subcommittee Subcommittee on Environment Major Activities

The 14th Meeting (2019)2019-11-20

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1. Date: November 14(Thu.) – 15(Fri.), 2019

2. Venue: Oaks Canal Park Hotel Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan

3. Participants: 5 regional governments from 3 countries (9 participants)
* 4 persons from NEAR Secretariat (Secretary General Kim Ok-chae, Director of International Cooperation Department Kim Won-gon, Officer of Planning and Public Relations Do Eon-seok, Expert on Japan Son Mi-kyong)
A. China (1 regional government): Heilongjiang Province (2 participants)
B. Japan (2 regional governments): Yamagata Prefecture (1 participant), Toyama Prefecture (4 participants)
C. Russia (2 regional governments): Primorsky Territory (1 participant), Khabarovsk Territory (1 participant)
(Observer: Saga Prefecture, Japan (1 participant), Liaoning Prefecture, China (1 participant))

4. Major Contents

A. Purpose:
Carrying out environmental conservation measures of North East Asian regions as well as promoting smooth implementation of individual projects regarding environmental preservation pursued by the Association of North East Asia Regional Governments (NEAR) and information sharing

B. Presentations

1) Election of the next coordinator

2) Report
a) State of activity of the Subcommittee on Environment
b) Report and state of activity of the individual projects implemented in 2019

3) Agenda
a) Suggestion of individual projects in 2020
b) Activity plans of the Subcommittee on Environment

4) Information exchange regarding advanced environmental policy of each regional government
a) Activity of prevention ・ management of air pollution of Liaoning Province
* Researcher of Ecological Environment Agency, Liaoning Province, China, Zhang Wan Min
b) Regarding environmental conservation measures of Primorsky Krai
* Section chief of natural resources ・ environmental conservation and strategic development division ・ investment activity ・ budget management of Primorsky Krai, Russia, Yuri Tarasenko