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The third Far Eastern festival opened in Moscow

The third Far Eastern festival opened in Moscow
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The third festival in the framework of the "Days of the Far East in Moscow" has opened in the capital. Each of the 11 regions of the Far Eastern Federal District presented its interactive report with information on economic achievements, promising investment projects, cultural, ethnic and natural characteristics. 

“The development of the Far East is processes primarily related to the economy, attracting investors. It is necessary that as much as possible people know about what is happening in the east of our country,” said Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev at the opening of the festival

Visitors to the event can place an application for the "Far Eastern hectare" on site and watch presentations about which projects have already been implemented using this program. The organizers will talk about the vacancies that are open in the Far East.

Students of Moscow universities who have passed the selection will be awarded certificates for internships in large enterprises of the Far Eastern Federal District, which include payment of travel and accommodation. Schoolchildren can take part in the "Closer to the Far" Olympiad and receive additional points to the EGE. 

In addition, during the festival there will be a presentation of the tourism potential of the region. The large-scale installation was created using the technology of "smart grafitti", which allows you to create colorful and unusual images in real time on a "virtual" canvas. 

"Days of the Far East in Moscow" are held for the third year in a row. They combined the launch "Far Eastern Express" in the metro Far Eastern fair on New Arbat and the festival in the Expocenter. 
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