2010 Chilean Mining Accident

November 5, 2011 by staff 

2010 Chilean Mining Accident, Seven ambassadors are expected in this mountain resort of the next mining summit next week. Former Department of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador and Secretary of the Philippines to Australia and Germany Delia Albert will lead the contingent of ambassadors for the 58th Annual Mine Safety and National Environmental Conference (ANMSEC) scheduled for November 8 11.

Rodrigo Ambassador Richard Campbell Smith of Australia, Ambassador Alcides Gastao Rostand Prates of Brazil, Ambassador Agnes Nyamande-Pitso of South Africa, Ambassador Ivo Sieber of Switzerland, Ambassador Stephen Lillie of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ambassador Liu Jianchao of China and Ambassador Roberto Mayorga de Chile will attend four days a week mining, which is expected to present the mining situation in their respective countries, including the problems and concerns about mining.

This would be the second time that Mayorga Ambassador of Chile will be at the ANMSEC. He was the guest of honor and speaker at mining conference last year, where he shared the mining accident in Chile, where 33 miners were trapped 700 feet underground in a mine in northern Chile in August 2010 for 69 days. They were later rescued and survived them all.

With the theme of this year, “Responsible Mining: Enabling a better future,” foreign ambassadors are expected to talk about the mining industry in their respective countries focuses on responsible mining are the defense, including the Philippines.

The ambassadors will be the guests at the Symposium of Mining on November 10 with other senior officials of the mining sector, including government representatives. The contest is aimed at boosting the mining industry and its standards through the exchange of information and technology.

The ANMSEC will begin with a tree planting and tending trees in the Botanical Garden events in the city, where the Mine Safety and Philippine Association of Environment has adopted a portion of the park is becoming the first botanical garden R in the country.

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