13:53 GMT02 August 2021
Listen Live
    Get short URL
    2017 Eastern Economic Forum in Russia's Vladivostok (28)

    The Russian deputy prime minister and presidential plenipotentiary envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, said that a bout 4,200 people have arrived in the Russian city of Vladivostok so far to participate in the third Eastern Economic Forum.

    VLADIVOSTOK (Sputnik) — About 4,200 people have arrived in the Russian city of Vladivostok so far to participate in the third Eastern Economic Forum (EEF), Yury Trutnev, the Russian deputy prime minister and presidential plenipotentiary envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, said.

    Trutnev was speaking at an EEF youth platform called "The Russian Far East: Working with Young People to Accelerate Development."

    "4,200 people from around the world gathered at the forum," Trutnev said.

    On Tuesday, the EEF launched its first youth program, dedicated to the development of the Russian Far East. Among other events, the program includes a youth enterprise forum, called "A point of attraction – the Russian Far East" as well as the master class by the Russian Export Center.

    The EEF will take place on September 6-7 and is expected to gather over 3,500 participants from more than 50 countries.

    The Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency is the general media partner of the EEF-2017. RIA Novosti (part of the Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency) is the official media partner. The Prime Business News Agency is the media partner, while Sputnik news agency and radio is the international media partner of the forum.

    2017 Eastern Economic Forum in Russia's Vladivostok (28)


    Russia, Japan Discuss Joint Investments in Arctic Projects at EEF Forum
    BRICS Bank Hopes to Meet Partners, Find Promising Projects at EEF Forum
    Chinese Companies Accounting for 1/6 of Country's GDP Visit EEF
    Second Day of EEF to Kick Off Friday, Featuring Visit by Putin
    Russia, Russian Far East, Eastern Economic Forum
    Community standardsDiscussion