Vladivostok to host 2022 tiger conservation forum

Vladivostok to host 2022 tiger conservation forum

4 September 2019

President Vladimir Putin has ordered the 2nd International Tiger Conservation Forum to be held in Vladivostok in 2022. The relevant executive order was published on the official legal information website.


Konstantin Chuichenko, Deputy Prime Minister and Chief of Staff of the Russian Government, was assigned head of the forum’s organising committee. As per the executive order, other members of the organising committee will be approved within the next month.


One of the objectives of the event is to improve cooperation with foreign partners in protecting and restoring the population of the endangered animal. India has already confirmed its participation in the forum.


According to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, who spoke at a news conference following talks with Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok on 4 September, Russia and India will also co-organise a high-level tiger conservation forum next year.