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Results of the 4 Economic Forum "Busan - Far East of Russia"
The 4th economic forum "Busan - Russian Far East" took place in Poissan. The forum was attended by Chon Gen Jin, Chairman of the Board of the Fund for International Cooperation in Busan, Valery Yermolov, Consul General of Russia in Busan, Alexander Vostrikov, Chairman of the Association for the Support of Friendly Relations between the Republic of Korea and Russia, as well as the participation of a delegation of Vladivostok entrepreneurs in headed by Elena Novgorodova, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship Development. The main topic of the forum was the entry into force of the agreement on a visa-free regime between the Republic of Russia and Korea and its impact on the development prospects for interaction between the business environments of the two countries.
Such a meeting at the international level opens wide opportunities for establishing strong economic ties and strengthening business relations between the two regions. So the forum allowed to hold individual negotiations between Korean and Russian businessmen.
At the same time, the global perspectives and the current state of affairs in the field of trade and economic cooperation between the Republic of Korea and the Primorsky Krai and the Sakhalin Oblast were discussed at the plenary sessions. Elena Novgorodova voiced large-scale investment projects in Vladivostok, such as the construction of VladExpoCentre, VKAD facilities of the cultural and historical complex on. Russian.
Recall that Vladivostok is already represented in the Busan Twin Park by a copy of the lighthouse installed in 1910 on the Tokarevskaya cat, which is considered the extreme southern mainland point of Vladivostok. The park is a special area that reflects the most characteristic features of all 22 cities in the world, with which Busan has agreements on twinning. One of the first such zones was occupied by the sister city of Busan since 1992 - Vladivostok.