A socially oriented non-financial development institution and a major organizer of international conventions, congress, exhibitions, business, social and sporting, public, and cultural events.

The Roscongress Foundation is a socially oriented non-financial development institution and a major organizer of international conventions; exhibitions; and business, public, sporting, and cultural events. It was established in pursuance of a decision by the President of the Russian Federation.

The Foundation was established in 2007 with the aim of facilitating the development of Russia’s economic potential, promoting its national interests, and strengthening the country’s image. One of the roles of the Foundation is to comprehensively evaluate, analyse, and cover issues on the Russian and global economic agendas. It also offers administrative services, provides promotional support for business projects and attracting investment, and helps foster social entrepreneurship and charitable initiatives.

Each year, the Foundation’s events draw participants from 208 countries and territories, with more than 15,000 media representatives working on-site at Roscongress’ various venues. The Foundation benefits from analytical and professional expertise provided by 5000 people working in Russia and abroad. In addition, it works in close cooperation with 160 economic partners; industrialists’ and entrepreneurs’ unions; and financial, trade, and business associations from 75 countries worldwide.

The Roscongress Foundation has Telegram channels in Russian (t.me/Roscongress), English (t.me/RoscongressDirect), and Spanish (t.me/RoscongressEsp). Official website and Information and Analytical System of the Roscongress Foundation: roscongress.org.

RC personal account
Восстановление пароля
Введите адрес электронной почты или телефон, указанные при регистрации. Вам будет отправлена инструкция по восстановлению пароля.
Некорректный формат электронной почты или телефона
29 August 2019

Far East Street

Amur Region

Population: over 790 thousand

Currently, the Amur Gas Processing Plant, the largest in Russia and one of the largest in the world, as well the Power of Siberia gas pipeline are being constructed in the region.The Eastern Siberia—Pacific oil pipeline passes through the region

Power engineering is a leading industry; the Zeya and Bureya hydropower dams are situated in the region Amur Oblast is home to the Vostochny Cosmodrome

The region’s transportation network includes three railway mainlines— the Trans-Siberian Railway, the Baikal—Amur Mainline, and the Amur—Yakutsk railway; the Amur and Lena federal highways; and two major waterways, the Amur and the Zeya

Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

The largest administrative subdivision of any country in the world

The only federal subject of Russia to span three time zones

Population: over 960 thousand

Yakutsk is the world’s only city sited on permafrost—and a city of over 300 thousand at that

First place in the FEFD in industrial production

Russia’s top diamond-mining region and one of the leaders in gold mining

Home to Russia’s largest uranium deposit at Elkon as well as the Elgin coal deposit

One of the richest in rivers and lakes among the country’s regions, its rivers total 2 million km in length, presenting unique hydropower opportunities. The Lena, the Aldan and the Kolyma are the major navigable rivers

Important branches of the economy include oil and gas extraction, iron mining, and non-ferrous ore mining

Republic of Buryatia

Adjacent to the eastern shore of Lake Baikal

Population: — over 980 thousand

Russia’s largest Buddhist region, Buryatia is home to over a thousand cultural heritage sites

Chief industries: aircraft construction (the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant manufac- tures Mi-17 helicopters and Su-39 planes), as well as shipbuilding, aviation and thermal instrument engineering, and railway stock repairs

The Republic is rich in natural resources including tungsten, molybdenum, asbestos, graphite, and coal. The Yermakovskoye beryllium deposit is the largest in Russia

Thermal power plants form the basis of the Republic’s energy supply, with solar power plants and a wind farm under construction

Kamchatka Region

Kamchatka has 300 large and medium-sized volcanoes, of which 29 are active

Fishery (river and sea fishing as well as processing) is the main branch of the local economy

Copper, titanium, platinum, gold, mercury, oil, natural gas, and coil are extracted in the region

The Kamchatka Peninsula has over 14 thousand rivers and streams. Hydropower, both run-of-the-river and tidal (in Penzhina Bay), is seeing active development

Geothermal power development has included the construction of large steam power plants at the Mutnovskoye and Pauzhetskoye hydrothermal spring sites. Two wind farms have also been built

Primorye Territory

The Russian Far East’s southernmost region, located at the boundary of the subtropical zone

Population: approx. 2 million

One of Russia’s leading fishery regions

A major timber region

Has 100 coal deposits and two large coal-shipping ports

30 tin deposits, 15 polymetallic ore deposits, and the largest boron deposit in Russia

Home to major shipyards and aircraft factories, including the Arsenyev-based manufacturer of Ka-52 helicopters

The main seaports are in Vladivostok and Nakhodka

A well-developed railway network: 1,625 km, of which 970 km is electricized; Vladivostok is the main base of Russia’s Pacific Fleet, whose largest formations are stationed in Primorye Territory

Zabaykalsky Krai

Population: over 1 million (third most populous in the FEFD)

Much of the land is mountainous, with 65 ridges

Mining is the main industry; the region has large deposits of copper (at Udokan), coal, uranium, lead, zinc, and gold ore

A significant part of the regional economy is tied to servicing the 29th Combined Arms Army, which is quartered there

Two major railways pass through Zabaykalsky Krai: the Trans-Baikal Railway, which is among the region’s largest enterprises, and the Baikal—Amur Mainline

Jewish Autonomous Region

The world’s only Jewish subnational entity with official status

The only Autonomous Region of the Russian Federation

Population: approx. 160 thousand (82nd of 85)

Situated along the Amur River route and the Baikal—Amur Mainline

A highly-developed agriculture, a number of industrial processing plants, deposits of iron and magnese ore, grphite, and gold

Sakhalin Region

One of Russia’s easternmost territories and the only federal subject situated entirely on islands (59 in total)

Population: approx. 490 thousand

Ranks first in the FEFD in gross regional product (GRP) and GRP per capita, and fourth in GRP per capita in all of Russia

One of the country’s leading oil and natural gas producing regions. The oil and gas complex makes for about 90% of Sakhalin’s industrial output

One of the leaders in fish and seafood capture in Russia

The Region has eight airports and a heliport, eight seaports and 11 marine terminals. The Vanino—Kholmsk train connects the region to the mainland

Chukotka Autonomous Area

Russia’s northeasternmost region which shares a maritime border with the USA

At around 50 thousand, it is second least populated Russian federal subject after the Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Home to Russia’s northernmost town, Pevek, and its easternmost, Anadyr

One of the largest gold-mining regions in Russia, Chukotka mines 10% of Russia’s gold, including at the famous lode deposits of Kupol, Mayskoye and Karalveem, and placer deposits of Ichuveem, Ryveem and Pilkhinkuul

Chukotka has rich deposits of silver, platinum, tin, copper, and mercury

The Bilibino nuclear power plant is Chukotka’s leading electricity supplier

Five federal seaports operate in Chukotka: Anadyr, Pevek, Provideniya, Beringovsky, and Egvekinot

A federal Kolyma—Omsukchan—Omo- lon—Anadyr motorway is under construction, which will provide a year-round connection between Chukotka and the Far Eastern road network. 1,400 of its 2,300 km will run through Chukotka

Magadan Region

The Russian federal subject with the third smallest population, at a little over 141 thousand

One of Russia’s leading gold, silver, tin, and tungsten mining regions

A major fishing region providing domestic as well as export supply

A strong, hydro-based power grid whose service extends to neighbouring regions

2,323 km of paved motorways, some with advanced surfacing

Khabarovsky Krai

Fourth largest Russian federal subject by area

Population: over 1.3 million

Economy basis: ship and aircraft construction, other mechanical engineering

Economically significant industry: fish capture and processing

A highly-developed metal and chemical industry

A strong timber industry complex; the region ranks first in the FEFD, and third in Russia, in timber harvesting. Forest covers an area of 52 million ha

Two of the major railway mainlines of Eastern Russia, the Trans-Siberian Railway and the Baikal—Amur Mainline, pass through Khabarovsky Krai
Articles on the topic
Analytics on the topic