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Investment Projects of Amur Region to be Presented at ‘Far East Street’ Exhibition

3 August 2022
Инвестпроекты Амурской области будут представлены на стенде региона на «Улице Дальнего Востока»

Amur Region is a foothold for the Russian Far East. It boasts rich subsoil resources, a long border with China and unique investment projects: Russia’s largest gas and chemical cluster, a modern civilian spaceport, an international bridge across the Amur River, a cross-border cableway, and historical artefacts such as the Albazin Fortress and a dinosaur graveyard. The region will present its investment projects, economic growth and cultural achievements at its stand at the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition.

“We traditionally present our potential at the ‘Far East Street’. We have a three-story pavilion. This year it is designed to present both the cultural and historical heritage of our region and its modern investment projects. We wanted Forum visitors to see this combination of culture, tradition and outlook for the future,” shared Deputy Chairman of Amur Region Government Pavel Puzanov. 

The pavilion’s wooden ornaments symbolize Amur Region’s interpretation of its commitment to its unique colour and traditions, a return to its origins and the architecture of Rus. The unusual images reflect the region’s industrial diversity, broad potential and inspire bold investment ideas.

The first floor will be presented by master plans of the cities of Tynda, Blagoveshchensk, and Svobodny, which reflect current economic and social indicators, achievements in all priority areas, problems and needs, strategically important facilities, investment projects, and a positive development scenario for the presented cities – an image of their future.

Among the largest investment projects are the Blagoveshchensk–Heihe international bridge, the cross-border cableway, the Golden Mile project, the Tribune Hall and New Square, the construction of the second branch of Baikal–Amur Mainline, the international airport, PIK Group’s integrated housing development projects, the industrial and logistics cluster, the customs and logistics terminal, the Amur Gas Chemical Complex, the Amur Gas Processing Plant, the Methanol Plant, and the Liquefied Natural Gas Production Plant.

The second floor of the stand will be dedicated to the space industry. Here one will be able to get acquainted with the history of the Vostochny cosmodrome, as well as unique projects of the future and tourist routes of the region. Each guest will be able to enjoy the space atmosphere, disconnect from the real world and get closer to the stars. The third floor of the stand will become a business space for negotiations and a recreational area.

The pavilion will host a street trade zone during the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition. It will include the ‘Buy Local’ part. It will offer soybean oil; honey products; homemade kvas; dairy products; dietary supplements made from dihydroquercetin and arabinogalactan products using an innovative production method; space food; meat products; and a merchandize zone of My East (a regional clothing brand). In addition, guests of the stand will enjoy an exhibition 'Works of Amur Region craftsmen' and an art object - letter ‘A’ made of mirrors. Visitors will get a chance to play traditional folk games, assemble a tiger photo mosaic and take selfies in a special photo area. 

The ’Far East Street’ will be available to guests and participants of the Eastern Economic Forum on 5–8 September. It is located on the Ajax Bay embankment on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU). After the end of the Forum, Vladivostok residents and visitors will enjoy free access to the exhibition until 11 September.

All real-time news on the preparation for EEF 2022 is available on the official Forum social network accounts.


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