The Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation’s 13 participating Asian countries agreed on a draft agreement. They are to double the wild tiger population by 2022, protect tiger habitats and enforce anti-poaching laws, continue banning tiger parts trade (such as furs and traditional medicine made from bones). The problem with this resolution is that no money were actually allocated to these activities. Perhaps by the second meeting (in Vladivostok, Russia in September), when the participants are to finalize the agreement, this will be resolved.
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