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MOSCOW, December 27. /ITAR-TASS/. The CIS scientists club will prepare reports for heads of CIS member-states on pressing problems in the society, rector of Moscow State University (MGU) Viktor Sadovnichy, who initiated the club’s creation, told a news conference on Friday.
“Recently at a research forum in Minsk I put forward a proposal to create a CIS scientists club. This idea was supported,” he said. “The scientists club will make reports for heads of state drawing their attention to certain problems.”
The club had already been preparing an environmental report that would be submitted for consideration in 2014.
“At the next meeting of CIS heads of state we will read this report, focusing on such themes as dynamics of our economies, population and energy consumption,” Sadovnichy said.