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Forests for peace and wellbeing 28th   Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission and 4th Asia-Pacific Forestry Week June 17-21, 2019 Incheon, Republic of Korea

Songdo ConvensiA

Songdo ConvensiA

Over 54,000m2, Songdo ConvensiA is a state-of-the-art convention center with five spacious floors.
It is capable of hosting 450 exhibition booths, various exhibition events, and performances.
Meeting rooms are equipped with advance information technology such as wireless internet, voice-operated cameras, and LCD projectors.
The convention center can house over 2,000 visitors and provides excellent services and amenities for various banquets, family events, weddings, and more.
It is approximately 15 minutes away by car from the Incheon International Airport and an hour from Seoul, making it an pleasant and convenient place to convene for business and tour the Seoul metropolitan area.

The center is surrounded by six outstanding hotels, a department store, and a number of shopping malls. In addition to an array of convenient amenities, it boasts exquisite exterior and interior designs, reminiscent of the luxurious Sydney Opera House. Naturally, it has become a popular venue for television programs, performances, and fashion shows.

Address :
123 Central Street, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea

Tel. : +82-32-210-1114 Fax. +82-32-210-1005

Songdo ConvensiA

Republic of Korea Forest Service, Government Complex-Daejeon Bldg. 1, 189 Cheongsa-ro, Seo-gu, Daejeon, Republic of KoreaTEL : 82-42-481-4077 FAX : 82-42-481-8884

E-MAIL : AP-Forestry-Week@fao.org / apfw2019@korea.kr

Asia-Pacific Forestry Week 2019

Asia-Pacific Forestry Week (APFW 2019) will be held in Songdo Convensia Convention Center, Incheon, Republic of Korea on 17-21 June 2019.
It will be one of the largest and most important forestry gatherings in the Asia-Pacific region in 2019.

"Forests for peace and wellbeing" is the overall theme of APFW 2019, which reflects the positive dimensions of forestry and suggests the need to proactively integrate forestry into the wider context of environment, society, and sustainable development, under which economic, social, human and cultural dimensions are considered in a holistic manner.

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