International Tiger Conservation Forum
the left part of the rectangular coin features an image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, with the inscription above it in a semicircle ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed with paired diamonds on both sides, under the national coat of arms – the chemical symbol and fineness of the metal on the left and fine metal content and the trademark of the mint on the right, and the inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA) below; and the right part of the coin bears the coin denomination ‘3 РУБЛЯ’ (3 RUBLES) and the year of issue ‘2022 г.’ (2022) in two lines.
the logo of the 2nd International Tiger Forum.
Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), computer simulation (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint (СПМД).
Edge: 300 corrugations.
In furtherance of the Global Tiger Initiative launched in 2008 under the auspices of the World Bank, on 21–24 November 2010, leaders of several countries assembled at the 1st International Tiger Conservation Forum in Saint Petersburg, proposed by the Russian Federation.
The outcome of the Forum was the adoption of two documents: the Declaration on Tiger Conservation by the heads of the governments and the Global Tiger Recovery Programme.
The overarching goal of the Global Tiger Recovery Programme was to reverse the rapid decline of the tiger population in the wild that threatened its extinction and to strive to double the population of tigers across their entire range by 2022.
The 2nd International Tiger Forum plans to present the outcomes of implementation of the Global Tiger Recovery Programme and outline further goals and concrete actions to ensure the conservation of a sustainable global tiger population.
The Forum will take place on 5 September 2022 on ‘day zero’ of the Eastern Economic Forum and is set to be attended by the leaders of the tiger range countries.
The Forum’s objectives include consolidating tools to facilitate the regular exchange of information and effective international coordination of actions, outlining new guidelines, and launching new measures to promote cooperation.
The Forum will bring together heads of countries, representatives of relevant government ministries and agencies, academics, and international experts on the protection of endangered species.