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Lithuanian representative as member of EXPO College of Commissioners

2012-02-17

At the third meeting of the participants of the EXPO 2012 world exhibition the Commissioner General of the Lithuanian exposition at EXPO 2012 and head of the Public Information and Education Division of the Ministry of Environment Romas Jankauskas was elected member of the College of Commissioners of the exhibition. This was thAt the third meeting of the participants of the EXPO 2012 world exhibition the Commissioner General of the Lithuanian exposition at EXPO 2012 and head of the Public Information and Education Division of the Ministry of Environment Romas Jankauskas was elected member of the College of Commissioners of the exhibition. This was the first time when a representative of our country was elected to this type of college.

The College of Commissioners is the body of commissioners from states or organisations that are part of the International Exhibitions Bureau. As Romas Jankauskas explains, it represents all the countries participating in the exhibition and approves the decisions set forth in the exhibition participation rules, e.g. extends the duration of the exhibition, etc. The College of Commissioners is formed before each global EXPO exhibition. Twenty commissioners out of 106 candidates were elected to the EXPO 2012 College of Commissioners.

The Ministry of Environment coordinates preparation for the EXPO 2012 world exhibition. Held in South Korea, it will run for three months from May 12 to August 12. Living oceans and coasts are its main theme. The exhibition will feature cutting-edge marine resource assimilation technologies, environmental and sustainable development issues and the culture of nations living on the coasts of oceans and seas. It will involve over one hundred world states and several international organisations. More than eight million visitors are expected including around one million estimated to visit the Lithuanian pavilion.

Ministry of Environment, Tel. 266 3660
17 February 2012







At the third meeting of the participants of the EXPO 2012 world exhibition the Commissioner General of the Lithuanian exposition at EXPO 2012 and head of the Public Information and Education Division of the Ministry of Environment Romas Jankauskas was elected member of the College of Commissioners of the exhibition. This was the first time when a representative of our country was elected to this type of college.

The College of Commissioners is the body of commissioners from states or organisations that are part of the International Exhibitions Bureau. As Romas Jankauskas explains, it represents all the countries participating in the exhibition and approves the decisions set forth in the exhibition participation rules, e.g. extends the duration of the exhibition, etc. The College of Commissioners is formed before each global EXPO exhibition. Twenty commissioners out of 106 candidates were elected to the EXPO 2012 College of Commissioners.

The Ministry of Environment coordinates preparation for the EXPO 2012 world exhibition. Held in South Korea, it will run for three months from May 12 to August 12. Living oceans and coasts are its main theme. The exhibition will feature cutting-edge marine resource assimilation technologies, environmental and sustainable development issues and the culture of nations living on the coasts of oceans and seas. It will involve over one hundred world states and several international organisations. More than eight million visitors are expected including around one million estimated to visit the Lithuanian pavilion.

Ministry of Environment, Tel. 266 3660
17 February 2012
At the third meeting of the participants of the EXPO 2012 world exhibition the Commissioner General of the Lithuanian exposition at EXPO 2012 and head of the Public Information and Education Division of the Ministry of Environment Romas Jankauskas was elected member of the College of Commissioners of the exhibition. This was the first time when a representative of our country was elected to this type of college.

The College of Commissioners is the body of commissioners from states or organisations that are part of the International Exhibitions Bureau. As Romas Jankauskas explains, it represents all the countries participating in the exhibition and approves the decisions set forth in the exhibition participation rules, e.g. extends the duration of the exhibition, etc. The College of Commissioners is formed before each global EXPO exhibition. Twenty commissioners out of 106 candidates were elected to the EXPO 2012 College of Commissioners.

The Ministry of Environment coordinates preparation for the EXPO 2012 world exhibition. Held in South Korea, it will run for three months from May 12 to August 12. Living oceans and coasts are its main theme. The exhibition will feature cutting-edge marine resource assimilation technologies, environmental and sustainable development issues and the culture of nations living on the coasts of oceans and seas. It will involve over one hundred world states and several international organisations. More than eight million visitors are expected including around one million estimated to visit the Lithuanian pavilion.

Ministry of Environment, Tel. 266 3660
17 February 2012
At the third meeting of the participants of the EXPO 2012 world exhibition the Commissioner General of the Lithuanian exposition at EXPO 2012 and head of the Public Information and Education Division of the Ministry of Environment Romas Jankauskas was elected member of the College of Commissioners of the exhibition. This was the first time when a representative of our country was elected to this type of college.

The College of Commissioners is the body of commissioners from states or organisations that are part of the International Exhibitions Bureau. As Romas Jankauskas explains, it represents all the countries participating in the exhibition and approves the decisions set forth in the exhibition participation rules, e.g. extends the duration of the exhibition, etc. The College of Commissioners is formed before each global EXPO exhibition. Twenty commissioners out of 106 candidates were elected to the EXPO 2012 College of Commissioners.

The Ministry of Environment coordinates preparation for the EXPO 2012 world exhibition. Held in South Korea, it will run for three months from May 12 to August 12. Living oceans and coasts are its main theme. The exhibition will feature cutting-edge marine resource assimilation technologies, environmental and sustainable development issues and the culture of nations living on the coasts of oceans and seas. It will involve over one hundred world states and several international organisations. More than eight million visitors are expected including around one million estimated to visit the Lithuanian pavilion.

Ministry of Environment, Tel. 266 3660
17 February 2012

Minister of Environment of Lithuania Kęstutis Navickas
Minister of Environment of Lithuania Kęstutis Navickas