Vietnam hosts conference on illegal wildlife trade

Vietnam hosts conference on illegal wildlife trade




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Domestic and foreign experts and policy-makers joined a conference to discuss global solutions for transnational wildlife trafficking in Hanoi.
The conference was hosted by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Vietnam.
Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Ha Cong Tuan, said that the slaughtering and trafficking of wildlife as well as the demand for wildlife consumption was a global issue which required countries to take drastic and prompt action to bring it under control.
Vietnam is committed to closely work with other countries in an attempt to fight against wildlife crime, Tuan added.
Director of CITES Vietnam Do Quang Tung said that this year, the body would also submit solutions to deal with seized rhino horns and elephant tusks by 2015.
The body also planned to finish a draft circular to instruct authorized agencies how to charge criminals for trafficking rhino horns and elephant tusks by the end of this year.
Susan Lieberman, Executive Director of Conservation Policy for the Wildlife Conservation Society, said that the Wildlife Conservation Society was committed to its long-standing collaboration with the Government of Vietnam and other governments around the world, to effectively tackle this problem.
She said, "We welcomed the statement from Deputy Minister Tuan who announced that his ministry was considering the destruction of Vietnam's stockpiles of rhino horn, ivory and tiger bone, telling both the world and its citizens that there was no place in Vietnam for wildlife trafficking, or the consumption or trade in endangered species such as rhinos".
She said if this decision was turned into action, it would set a high standard for other governments, and reinforce Viet Nam's commitment to treating crime against wildlife as a serious offense.
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Hello. This is the Environment Report by English123.
Domestic and foreign experts and policy-makers joined a conference to discuss global solutions for transnational wildlife trafficking in Hanoi.
The conference was hosted by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Vietnam.
Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Ha Cong Tuan, said that the slaughtering and trafficking of wildlife as well as the demand for wildlife consumption was a global issue which required countries to take drastic and prompt action to bring it under control.
Vietnam is committed to closely work with other countries in an attempt to fight against wildlife crime, Tuan added.
Director of CITES Vietnam Do Quang Tung said that this year, the body would also submit solutions to deal with seized rhino horns and elephant tusks by 2015.
The body also planned to finish a draft circular to instruct authorized agencies how to charge criminals for trafficking rhino horns and elephant tusks by the end of this year.
Susan Lieberman, Executive Director of Conservation Policy for the Wildlife Conservation Society, said that the Wildlife Conservation Society was committed to its long-standing collaboration with the Government of Vietnam and other governments around the world, to effectively tackle this problem.
She said, "We welcomed the statement from Deputy Minister Tuan who announced that his ministry was considering the destruction of Vietnam's stockpiles of rhino horn, ivory and tiger bone, telling both the world and its citizens that there was no place in Vietnam for wildlife trafficking, or the consumption or trade in endangered species such as rhinos".
She said if this decision was turned into action, it would set a high standard for other governments, and reinforce Viet Nam's commitment to treating crime against wildlife as a serious offense.
I’m Nick Veinot. We will be back with more news from English123.

Source: vietnamnews

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