Expanding forestry cooperation between the two countries through the Korea-Kazakhstan summit

Published Jun 14, 2024

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The Korea-Kazakhstan summit has led to the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Korea Forest Service and Kazakhstan's Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources to strengthen cooperation in forestry. The cooperation will encompass preventing and responding to forest fires, restoring damaged areas, seed cooperation to improve biodiversity, and exchanges between arboretums and research institutes to enhance forest satellite image reading technology. This cooperation will be part of Korea's bilateral forestry cooperation with 39 countries, including Kazakhstan, and is expected to be extended through the MOU.
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With the Korea-Kazakhstan summit, the two countries decided to strengthen cooperation in the forestry field. The Korea Forest Service announced on the 13th that a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on forestry cooperation was signed between Nam Sung-hyun, head of the Korea Forest Service, and Erlan Nsanbayev, Kazakhstan's Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources, with the heads of state of the two countries in attendance at the Presidential Palace of Kazakhstan on the 12th (local time). Kazakhstan has emphasized the need for international forest cooperation to respond to forest disasters as forest fires occur in 2022-2023 with damage reaching 100,000 ha. In response to this request from the Kazakhstan government, the Korea Forest Service has expanded the field of forestry cooperation to prevent and respond to forest fires and restore damaged areas, and has further promoted seed cooperation to improve biodiversity and exchanges between arboretums and research institutes to improve ...
Source: Nongmin
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