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IUCN consultant conducted a field survey of Ugtam and Yakh-Nuur Nature Refuges in Mongolia during the development of The Landscapes of Dauria nomination

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20.10.2015 | Print | E-mail |

Between 15 and 18 October 2015, Wendy Shtram, an IUCN consultant, conducted a filed survey in Mongolia (Ulan Bator, Choibalsan, Bayandun settlement, Ugtam and Yakh-Nuur Nature Refuges) as part of the project “Preparation of Transnational Russian–Mongolian nomination The Landscapes of Dauria to be inscribed on the World Heritage List”.

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UNESCO recognized Sinsky Pillars (Yakutia) as the property of Outstanding Universal Value

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06.07.2015 | Print | E-mail |

During its 39th session, the World Heritage Committee adopted a decision on minor boundary modification of Lena Pillars property at the expense of the section of the Sinyaya River basin, considerable in terms of area (115,000 ha).

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Concerning the decision of the World Heritage Committee on joint Russian–Mongolian nomination The Landscapes of Dauria

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04.07.2015 | Print | E-mail |

On July 3, as part of the 39th session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Bonn, they considered a matter on the inscription of a transnational Russian–Mongolian nomination The Landscapes of Dauria on the World Heritage List.

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At the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Bonn they adopted the decisions on Russian natural properties

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01.07.2015 | Print | E-mail |

At the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Bonn they adopted the decisions on the state of conservation of six Russian natural properties: Volcanoes of Kamchatka, Golden Mountains of Altai, Lake Baikal, Virgin Komi Forests, Lena Pillars and Wrangel Island.

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The documents related to minor boundary modification of Lena Pillars property have been forwarded to the World Heritage Centre

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02.02.2015 | Print | E-mail |

The documents related to minor boundary modification of Lena Pillars property, being inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2012, have been forwarded to the World Heritage Centre. The documents justify the necessity of including the section of the Sinyaya River basin, a left bank tributary of the Lena River, as part of the existing World Heritage property, which will significantly contribute to the Outstanding Universal Value of the property according to criterion viii.

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