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Exhibition-Fair "Technologies of the Arctic" opened in the capital of Yakutia

Exhibition-fair "Technologies of the Arctic", held within the framework of the International Scientific and Practical Conference "The Arctic: Prospects for Sustainable Development", opened on November 27 in Yakutsk.

Opening the exhibition, the republic's permanent representative in Moscow, Alexei Struchkov, said that the Arctic is of interest to the world, new deposits will be developed in Yakutia, and the Northern Sea Route will start working. “Today's exhibition is one of the key final events of the Year of the Arctic, announced this year in the republic,” he said.

The exhibition, which features more than 50 companies, will be visited by 370 foreign and Russian guests, participants of the international scientific-practical conference "The Arctic: Perspectives for Sustainable Development". A representative of Lapland and Gangwon Province of South Korea took part in the symbolic ribbon cutting of the opening of the exhibition-fair. Guests from Russian regions and from abroad are also expected. In this regard, the organizers plan to show life in the North from all sides.

Near the entrance to the IC "50 years of Victory" are located deer and Yakut huskies of the tourist complex "Chochur Muran", stretched yaranga. The exhibition presents energy, tourism, medical, jewelry companies. The tasting of its products arranged FAPK "Yakutia".

Also in the hall there is a huge figure of a mammoth and a presentation of the Museum of the Mammoth NFU is located.

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