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The exhibition "Street of the Far East" was solemnly opened within the framework of the EEF
On the embankment of the FEFU campus on Russky Island, the exhibition "Street of the Far East" was solemnly opened. Vladivostok residents and guests will be able to visit the exposition on September 5-7.
According to the press service of the Government of the Primorsky Territory, the "Street of the Far East" unfolds traditionally with the start of the Eastern Economic Forum. It presents the economic, investment and tourism opportunities of 11 regions of the Far East. There are also study sites of the Ministry of Sports of Russia, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East. A rich sports and cultural program was prepared for the guests. For the first time, part of the events of the forum's business program is being held at the exhibition.
The Variety Symphony Orchestra of the Primorsky Regional Philharmonic Society together with the academic choir of the FEFU performed the official anthem of the exhibition, written in 2019 to the verses of the People's Artist of Russia Ilya Reznik. Show ballet and creative delegations of the regions performed on the stage.
In a remote format, Yuri Trutnev, the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, addressed the participants and guests of the EEF.
“The Eastern Economic Forum is being held for the sixth time, and for the sixth time we are gathering at the“ Street of the Far East ”. We invented it so that each region could show why it is loved. I am sure this is very important. Love for the native land, pride in it allow us to solve more and more new tasks, ”said Yuri Trutnev.
The head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East Alexei Chekunkov also took part in the opening ceremony. After the ceremonial part of the event, he examined the pavilions. He noted that the pavilion of Primorye is filled with the spirit of the past and the vision of the future.
“I am impressed by how carefully the legacy of Vladimir Klavdievich Arseniev is preserved. I liked the fact that the notes of tradition and modern technologies, the highest achievements, such as carbon products, especially socially significant ones, designed for people with disabilities, were successfully intertwined. Congratulations, great pavilion! ”, The minister shared.
The exhibition "Street of the Far East" will be available to participants and guests of EEF-4 until September 2021, September 5 and 6 - residents of Vladivostok, on September 7 organized social groups are invited.
Those wishing to visit the exhibition "Street of the Far East" need pre-register on the website fareaststreet.ru, indicating a convenient time to enter. Far East Street is open from 10:00 to 19:00. The entrance is free.