Forty Countries Confirm Participation in Russia’s 2022 Eastern Economic Forum

 / Go to the photo bankThe logo of the Eastern Economic Forum on the territory of the Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island, Vladivostok / Go to the photo bankMOSCOW (Sputnik) – A total of 40 countries have confirmed that their representatives will take part in Russia’s annual Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in September, with some heads of state and high profile guests also expected to attend, executive secretary of the EEF organizing committee Anton Kobyakov said on Thursday.The seventh EEF is scheduled to take place on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University in the Russian city of Vladivostok from September 5-8.

"One month before the start of the 7th Eastern Economic Forum, representatives of 40 countries have confirmed their participation," Kobyakov said, as quoted by the EEF organizer Roscongress Foundation, adding that "We expect the participation of foreign leaders and high-ranking guests."

The official noted that such a keen interest shows that the forum has become one of the most popular international business platform for cooperation in the Asia-Pacific.The EEF will boast a busy agenda concerning the development of Russia’s Far East, global and regional economy, international cooperation, and crisis recovery, among other topics.Kobyakov noted that the theme of this year’s forum – The Path to a Multipolar World – reflects Russia’s current key interests, which is reconfiguring business processes and gaining a new foothold for economic development and growth.

"I am confident that the Forum will once again reaffirm its status as a leading communication platform in the Asia-Pacific region," Kobyakov said.

According to the organizing committee, the program of the forum includes over 70 business events. About 4,000 delegates and media representatives are expected to take part in the forum.


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