Territory is set to be an exhibitor at the Far East Street exhibition,
scheduled to open on 5 September in Vladivostok. The region will showcase its
cultural and natural treasures, along with its huge investment potential.
The exhibition will reveal the unique bounty of the Transbaikal
Territory. The architecture of the regions pavilion
will resemble the Kodar mountain range one
of the best-known natural symbols of the Territory and an important source of
valuable resources. The exhibition will showcase the diversity of natural
wonders and cultural sites with the help of abstract paintings embellishing the
stylized mountain range.
Visitors will be able to appreciate the
combination of natural elements and state-of-the-art technology facilitating
the efficient and careful development of resources. Inside the pavilion, they
will have the chance to «look deep» into the rich subsoil. Media installations
on widescreen seamless pillar screens will provide guests with an immersive
Visitors to the exhibition will learn about the investment potential
of the Transbaikal Territory, rich in the natural resources used by the hi-tech
industry. The region ranks third in the world for copper reserves; it is home
to Russias largest copper deposit Udokanskoe, and to its largest uranium
deposit Krasnokamenskoe. The Transbaikal Territory is a hub for economic
cooperation with the worlds largest economy. Up to 65% of all overland trade
with China passes through the checkpoint at Zabaykalsk, which has extensive
cross-border infrastructure and offers some of the lowest shipping costs.
The Transbaikal Territory is a region of
agricultural development. It is home to the Far Easts largest producer and
exporter of rapeseed the Komsomolets breeding plant and is preparing to
open the worlds first specialized full-service rail grain terminal, at
Zabaykalsk Manzhouli. The project will remove the infrastructure restrictions
on access by domestic, predominantly Far Eastern and Siberian producers and
exporters, to the worlds largest market, China, and will promote growth in
production in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District.
Visitors to the exhibition will learn about
opportunities for tourism in the Transbaikal Territory an area of top
priority for the development of the region.
«The region spans an area of over 430,000
square kilometres, which is comparable to twenty average regions in the
European part of Russia, or ten Moscow Regions. The natural beauty, the
opportunities for hunting and fishing, the unique monuments and historical
sites, including the supposed birthplace of Genghis Khan on the Onon River, the
Heetei caves, the Chara Sands, the Kodar Mountains, the various nature
reserves, the Ivan-Arakhley lake system, the untouched cedar forests of the
Krasnochikoysky District, the Alkhanay National Park, Russias oldest Buddhist
monasteries, including the 220-year-old Tsugol Datsan and the 210-year-old
Aginsky Datsan, the places where the Decembrists stayed all this potential
will be unlocked for tourists. I invite all those living in the Far East and
guests of the Eastern Economic Forum to visit our unique places!»
Alexander Osipov, Governor of Transbaikal Territory, said.
«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.
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