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Scientists will sum up the results of a permafrost seed storage experiment that was launched in Yakutia in the 1970s. Specialists from the Vavilov Federal Research Center All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources were responsible for conducting the study.

Developed in the 1970s, the relevant technology makes it possible to maintain subzero underground temperatures all year round and to effectively preserve the seeds. An initial check shows that biomaterials, stored for 40 years underground, boast 95 percent germination rates.

“Scientists from the Vavilov Federal Research Center All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources will visit Yakutia and will analyze the results of an experiment that has lasted over 40 years. A project to assess the possibility of using layers of permafrost to store seeds under from the collection of the Vavilov Institute was launched by this center, the Melnikov Permafrost Institute and the Safonov Yakutia Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture of the Soviet Academy of Sciences’ Siberian Branch in the 1970s,” the press service of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Government said.

Today, over 11,000 seed samples of agricultural and wild plants are stored in Yakutia at a depth of 11 meters. As the depository maintains natural subzero permafrost temperatures, this makes it possible to minimize electricity expenses and to spend just 4,000 rubles for this purpose annually.

Earlier, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Sergeyev suggested that the Arctic Council should establish an international cryogenic seed storage facility in Yakutia because the existing Svalbard Global Seed Vault on West Spitsbergen Island where all countries store samples of plant seeds is beginning to disintegrate because of the melting permafrost.

NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said that the countries of the alliance at the June summit will discuss Russia's military buildup in the Arctic, according to the media group Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND).
According to Lungescu, Russia is now expanding its military capabilities in the Arctic more than at any time since the Cold War. Russia has significantly upgraded its northern fleet, including all submarines, she said. In addition, Lungescu notes, the Russian Federation is introducing new weapons systems, including the Poseidon underwater drone, which can be equipped with nuclear ammunition, new radar installations and a new icebreaker fleet.
The NATO summit will be held on June 14 in Brussels. According to the Secretary General of the alliance, the summit will discuss current issues of NATO's activities, as well as the alliance's agenda until 2030, including "Russia's aggressive actions, the threat of terrorism, cyber attacks, new and malicious technologies, the impact of climate change on security, as well as the growth of China."
The US military and diplomats have repeatedly stated that they are concerned about the growing influence of Russia in the Arctic. Earlier, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that a "new theater of conflict" could arise in the Arctic due to the growing role of Russia.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Russia's actions in the Arctic do not contradict international law and do not threaten anyone, and tensions in the region are growing due to US military activity. As the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted, the presence in the Arctic is a necessary element of Russia's military construction, the United States does not give up its presence in the Arctic, and Russia should not ignore this important region.
In March 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree "On the fundamentals of the State policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic for the period up to 2035". According to the document, Russia's main interests in the Arctic are ensuring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Russian Federation, preserving the Arctic as a territory of peace, stable and mutually beneficial partnership, and ensuring a high quality of life and well - being of the population of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.
We are also talking about the development of the Arctic zone as a strategic resource base and its rational use to accelerate economic growth, the development of the Northern Sea Route as a competitive national transport communication on the world market. In addition, the document focuses on the protection of the environment, the protection of the native habitat and the traditional way of life of indigenous peoples. In October 2020, Putin signed the strategy for the development of the Russian Arctic zone and ensuring national security until 2035.NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said that the countries of the alliance at the June summit will discuss Russia's military buildup in the Arctic, according to the media group Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND).
According to Lungescu, Russia is now expanding its military capabilities in the Arctic more than at any time since the Cold War. Russia has significantly upgraded its northern fleet, including all submarines, she said. In addition, Lungescu notes, the Russian Federation is introducing new weapons systems, including the Poseidon underwater drone, which can be equipped with nuclear ammunition, new radar installations and a new icebreaker fleet.
The NATO summit will be held on June 14 in Brussels. According to the Secretary General of the alliance, the summit will discuss current issues of NATO's activities, as well as the alliance's agenda until 2030, including "Russia's aggressive actions, the threat of terrorism, cyber attacks, new and malicious technologies, the impact of climate change on security, as well as the growth of China."
The US military and diplomats have repeatedly stated that they are concerned about the growing influence of Russia in the Arctic. Earlier, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that a "new theater of conflict" could arise in the Arctic due to the growing role of Russia.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Russia's actions in the Arctic do not contradict international law and do not threaten anyone, and tensions in the region are growing due to US military activity. As the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted, the presence in the Arctic is a necessary element of Russia's military construction, the United States does not give up its presence in the Arctic, and Russia should not ignore this important region.
In March 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree "On the fundamentals of the State policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic for the period up to 2035". According to the document, Russia's main interests in the Arctic are ensuring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Russian Federation, preserving the Arctic as a territory of peace, stable and mutually beneficial partnership, and ensuring a high quality of life and well - being of the population of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.
We are also talking about the development of the Arctic zone as a strategic resource base and its rational use to accelerate economic growth, the development of the Northern Sea Route as a competitive national transport communication on the world market. In addition, the document focuses on the protection of the environment, the protection of the native habitat and the traditional way of life of indigenous peoples. In October 2020, Putin signed the strategy for the development of the Russian Arctic zone and ensuring national security until 2035.

The program of Russian-Indian cooperation in the trade, economic and investment spheres in the Far East until 2025 and the principles of cooperation in the Arctic are planned to be adopted at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF).

Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic Alexey Chekunkov held a working meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India Venkatesh Varma.

According to the ministry, in 2020, the volume of foreign trade of the Far Eastern Federal District with India increased by more than 5% and exceeded $ 764 million.

"The regions of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation increased the turnover of foreign trade with Indian partners by 12.6% – up to $ 800 million," the report says.

Venkatesh Varma noted the prospects for expanding cooperation in the field of education. "According to the ambassador, the student flow can be increased to 25 thousand people, provided that educational programs in such areas in demand among young people as IT, international law and other areas appear in the Far East," the press service said.

A global research, educational and technological center will be established in the Russian Arctic under a government-approved program for developing the Northern (Arctic) Federal University up to 2035, according to Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov and Ambassador of Iceland to Russia Arni Thor Sigurdsson discussed bilateral cooperation within the Arctic Council and the regional agenda.

The Arctic Council is the leading intergovernmental forum promoting cooperation, coordination and interaction among the Arctic States, Arctic Indigenous peoples and other Arctic inhabitants on common Arctic issues, in particular on issues of sustainable development and environmental protection in the Arctic.

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