Pamela Anderson intends to discuss the issue of conservation of whales with Vladimir Putin. She also intends to speak with the Chinese leaders about how to “deal with environmental issues, human rights and animals,” said Anderson.
The actress may pay a visit to reserves and national parks of the Primorsky Territory. She also intends to hold a charity auction in Vladivostok, the proceeds from which will be used to fight against poaching, illegal fishing and trade in animals via the Internet. The charity money will also be passed on to the Far East reserves.
On way to Vladivostok with my Brother Gerry… Exciting!!! #seaworldkills #torussiawithlove I recognize that I am not a scientist, scholar or politician. What I am, however, is something of a celebrity. And because we all live in such a celebrity-driven culture, people such as myself have a very strong voice, a very influential voice, as it turns out. And this is why I am utilizing this celebrity-platform of mine to touch on a far more important issue than any new movie or TV show
The Minister of Natural Resources, Sergei Donskoi, said that the actress wants to put the buoy that was featured in Baywatch series up for auction.
As the cargo ship loaded with endangered, Icelandic Fin whale meat was traveling en route to Japan, Pamela wanted Russia to stop the ship from reaching its destination.
In response to that letter she received a justified refusal and an invitation by the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Minister, Sergei Donskoi, to join in the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.
The press service of the Ministry of Environment made an announcement of the meeting between Pamela Anderson with Sergei Donskoi in the capital of Primorye on 3 September.
Whether Anderson will meet with Vladimir Putin, is still unknown.