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Advance registration required to visit Far East Street exhibition on 5–7 September

30 August 2021
Для посещения выставки «Улица Дальнего Востока» 5-7 сентября нужна предварительная регистрация

The 6th Eastern Economic Forum’s Far East Street exhibition on Ajax Bay Promenade will be open to visitors on 2–7 September. EEF 2021 participants and guests will be offered exclusive access to the exhibition on 2–4 September. On 5–6 September it will be open to the general public, and on 7 September it will welcome organized tours for social groups.

Those wishing to visit the exhibition on 5–7 September will need to register in advance for a specific time slot on After registering, a confirmation email containing a unique QR code will be sent to the address specified. 

The confirmation email must be printed out or saved onto a mobile device. This will need to be presented to a member of staff at the entrance to the exhibition, who will scan the QR code. The exhibition will be open from 10:00 to 19:00. Entrance is free.

The exhibition can be accessed via the North 1 checkpoint near the Mini CHP Plant [Mini TETs] public transport stop. As parking space is limited, visitors are advised to take public transport (routes 15, 22, 29, 63, 74, 75, 76 and 77). Cars may park along the road on the side of the canal.

A personal belongings check will be in place at the entrance. Visitors can familiarize themselves with the list of prohibited items and safety rules in the corresponding section of the exhibition website ( Visitors will have their temperature measured with contactless devices at the entrance to the exhibition. Anyone displaying a high temperature will not be granted access.

Far East Street exhibition will provide an insight into the unique culture and traditions of the peoples inhabiting the Russian Far East. Visitors will also be able to find out about a range of ambitious economic, infrastructure, tourist and cultural projects being implemented in the regions. Eleven regions of the Far East will be featured in total.

The exhibition has been organized by the Roscongress Foundation.