The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will
participate in the Far East Street exhibition, which will begin in the capital
of Primorye on 5 September. Russias largest region will demonstrate priority
development projects, tourist products, local goods, and the peculiarities of
The Yakutia exposition will consist of the main pavilion, a trade hall,
as well as a stage. Traditional national elements reminiscent of the Lena
Pillars will be used in the design of the exhibition space, and the interior
solutions will reflect the climatic characteristics of the region.
The volumetric map of the Republic of Sakha will present major
industrial and investment projects. It includes infrastructure optimization, aiming
to provide healthy and balanced nutrition to the regions residents, as well as
initiatives of partner companies.
In 2022 the region celebrates the 100th anniversary of the
Yakut Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic, an important date of great
political, social, and historical significance. The zone dedicated to the 100th
anniversary of the Yakut ASSR will present the key projects timed to the
Visitors to the pavilion will be able to get acquainted with the tourism
potential of the Republic in the Visit Yakutia area. Today the region has more
than 300 unique tourist products. Existing itineraries are constantly
transformed, responding to new trends and demands of tourists.
Additionally, a fair of products of Yakut producers will be held.
Everyone will be able to buy a piece of Yakutia memorabilia and enjoy the
original culture of the region. During the daytime, the audience will be
offered master classes by Yakut craftsmen and various concerts. Evening
programme will feature screenings of Yakut cinema, a phenomenon of the national
«The year 2022 is special for us: we
celebrate the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Yakut ASSR.
The century-long history of the Republic is an amazing feat of generations of
Yakut people who transformed these boundless harsh lands. Today, we are setting
goals for moving forward in the coming century. Yakutia is already one of the
strategically important regions of Russia, an economic, scientific, and
educational centre of the Arctic and the Far East. The Republic is among the
top ten leaders in the country in terms of economic growth rates. The goal we
are moving towards is the development of Yakutia as a centre of attraction of
talents and knowledge, a centre of new technologies and new industry, a place
for self-fulfilment of every person. See you at the pavilion of Yakutia!» noted
the Governor of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Aisen Nikolayev.
«Far East Street» exhibition will be open to visitors and
participants of the 7th
Eastern Economic Forum on the quay of the Ajax Bay at
the campus territory of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) from 5 to 8
September. After the end of the Forum its work will last until 11 September. Entrance
for residents and guests of Vladivostok and other cities is free. The Roscongress Foundation is the organizer.
All real-time news on the
preparation for EEF 2022 is available on the official Forum social network accounts.
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