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The second Russian-Japanese forum ended in Moscow

The second Russian-Japanese forum "Points of contact: business, investments, culture", organized by the print editions "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" and "Mainichi Shimbun", has ended in Moscow.

The first forum was held in Tokyo in February last year, according to the website of the event.

For two days about 350 officials, businessmen and experts from Russia and Japan discussed possible ways to strengthen the direct dialogue between government officials, business and cultural circles. The topics of the plenary sessions covered a wide range of areas for potential interaction: from energy and medicine to science and culture.

On the first day of the Forum, experts discussed issues of energy, food industry and agriculture, urban development and infrastructure, medicine, innovation and technology. A separate direction was the Russian Far East. The second day of the event was marked by sports and culture. 

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