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Businessmen from five states of India visit Far East before WEF
A representative delegation of India led by the Minister of Trade and Industry Piyush Goyal will visit the Far East on the eve of the V Eastern Economic Forum, which will be held in Vladivostok on 4-6 September. As part of the business mission of 12 on August, a plenary meeting will be held on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University.
According to the forum organizers, speeches by the heads of the Far Eastern regions on promising areas of Russian-Indian cooperation are planned. Discussions will concern the coal industry of Kamchatka, projects in the field of petrochemical chemistry on Sakhalin, the potential of agriculture in the Amur region, projects of the woodworking industry in the Khabarovsk Territory, cooperation in the diamond cutting industry with Yakutia, and the development of tourism with Buryatia.
Following the discussions, it is planned to sign memorandums of cooperation between the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District and the states of India. Industry sessions will also be held with the participation of Russian and Indian business circles and officials. Closed meetings are also planned, at which investors will be able to discuss in detail cooperation and the possibility of implementing joint projects in the Far East.
This year, India will become a guest country of the WEF. As part of the forum’s business program, a Russia-India business dialogue is planned with the participation of leading entrepreneurs of the two countries.