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Representatives of regions of the Far East are sent to the Russian-Korean economic forum "Invest in the Far East!"
The Russian-Korean economic forum “Invest in the Far East!” Will take place in Seoul tomorrow. The organizers of the event are the Far East Russian-Korean Chamber of Commerce and Investment, the Korean travel company "Khan Korea Tour" and LLC "Far East International Travel Company". The forum is supported by the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, the Korean International Trade Association (KITA) and the Trade Representation of Russia for the Development of the Far East.
The goal of the forum is to search for new "growth points" taking into account the current geopolitical situation by creating an effective platform for discussing topical issues of economic and trade cooperation between the Republic of Korea and the regions of the Russian Far East. To achieve this goal, it is planned to determine the most promising directions for the development of bilateral Russian-Korean cooperation, establish new and strengthen existing economic and trade ties between the regions.
The Russian delegation is headed by Yury Trutnev - Presidential Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
Within the framework of the forum, it is planned to hold presentations of the Far East regions, the ceremony of awarding the Prizes of the Ministries of the Russian Federation to leading Korean companies, as well as negotiations and meetings of participants in various formats.
It is known that the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will be represented by the head of the region Yegor Borisov. He is expected to speak at the plenary session "Trade and Investment". At the same time, Alexey Struchkov, the permanent representative of the region under the President of the Russian Federation, as well as heads of regional business structures, arrived in Seoul from Yakutia.
The Magadan Region with two investment projects will be represented by Vladimir Pechenyi, Governor of the Magadan Region, and Yuri Grishan, First Deputy Mayor of the city. Vladimir Pechenyi's report will deal with "Investment attractiveness of the Magadan region", and in particular two interesting investment projects: the construction of the all-season complex "Solnechny Magadan" and a waste recycling plant.