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Russia: 'In Russia things get done' - Pamela Anderson01:05

Russia: 'In Russia things get done' - Pamela Anderson

Russian Federation, Moscow
December 7, 2015 at 22:06 GMT +00:00 · Published

"In Russia things get done," actress Pamela Anderson said following a meeting with head of the Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov in Moscow, Monday. The Baywatch star met with Ivanov to discuss environmental and animal rights issues.

"Everyone is very concerned about climate change here which I was impressed with when I was in Vladivostok... in the last year it seems like everybody is concerned about climate change, about environmental issues, about the planet. And I think that is the number one concern all governments need to have right now, is the planet, the health of the planet and the biodiversity of the ocean, Anderson said, adding that "it's nice to speak with very powerful people who get stuff done."

During the summer Anderson voiced her interest in meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to lobby for the environment and animal rights. The Canadian-American actress commended Putin, a well-known animal-lover, for reducing the demand for seal pelts from Canada. The actress also sought Putin’s support to block the passage of a cargo ship carrying almost 2,000 tonnes of fin whale meat to Japan.

Russia: 'In Russia things get done' - Pamela Anderson01:05
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"In Russia things get done," actress Pamela Anderson said following a meeting with head of the Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov in Moscow, Monday. The Baywatch star met with Ivanov to discuss environmental and animal rights issues.

"Everyone is very concerned about climate change here which I was impressed with when I was in Vladivostok... in the last year it seems like everybody is concerned about climate change, about environmental issues, about the planet. And I think that is the number one concern all governments need to have right now, is the planet, the health of the planet and the biodiversity of the ocean, Anderson said, adding that "it's nice to speak with very powerful people who get stuff done."

During the summer Anderson voiced her interest in meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to lobby for the environment and animal rights. The Canadian-American actress commended Putin, a well-known animal-lover, for reducing the demand for seal pelts from Canada. The actress also sought Putin’s support to block the passage of a cargo ship carrying almost 2,000 tonnes of fin whale meat to Japan.