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The SIMDP had two broad objectives: to mitigate the impacts of the project on indigenous peoples and to provide a framework for the delivery of socio-economic benefits to the indigenous communities. Sakhalin energy investment company : a participatory process for the Sakhalin indigenous minorities development plan (English).

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On November 1, residents of the village of Starodubskoye on Sakhalin Island in the Far East of Russia eye-witnessed consequences of a very strange natural phenomenon.

The citizens of Iran would then protest as exasperated.

Those countries taking part in this year's Winter Olympics in South Korea are free to do so.

There are approximately 3,500 indigenous people on the island, in four groups; the Nivkhi, Uilta, Evenki, and Nanai.

The company, Sakhalin Energy Investment Company (SEIC), undertook the development of a sustainable indigenous minorities development plan (SMDP), in order to comply with policy requirements of potential lenders, and to improve relationships with indigenous people on the island following protests against all of the oil and gas operators on Sakhalin.

Russia is not because the athletes have been arbitrarily banned. Who would want to celebrate the Olympics in a country where dogs are tortured to death then consumed in an orgy of butchery?

Sakhalin II is an integrated oil and gas offshore and onshore development project for the recovery, processing, and export of oil and gas from offshore oil fields on and around Sakhalin Island, in the far East of the Russian Federation. See More Sakhalin II is an integrated oil and gas offshore and onshore development project for the recovery, processing, and export of oil and gas from offshore oil fields on and around Sakhalin Island, in the far East of the Russian Federation.

Some of them are dated back to 25 or 30 thousand years ago.

A set of the flake obsidian implements from the southern Sakhalin sites such as Sokol and Takoe II is attributed to the upper Paleolithic age and dates back to 11–18 thousand years ago.

The 76,000-square-kilometer Sakhalin Island disappeared from Russia's Pacific coast on the online Yandex.