The Eastern Economic Forum without the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition is unimaginable. This exhibition is held each year on the Far Eastern Federal University’s seaside campus, forming an essential and organic part of the Economic Forum’s business programme. Here visitors to the Forum can learn about projects being implemented in the various regions of the Far East, as well as the Federal District’s sights, its nature and wealth, and soak in the unique hospitable atmosphere. 

The exhibition pavilions traditionally present the regions’ social and economic development achievements. The ‘Far East Street’ exhibition showcases current and future projects, advanced new technologies and products manufactured by Far East companies, including those residing at the Advanced Special Economic Zones or benefiting from the preferential regime at Free Port Vladivostok. 

This year the exhibition’s centrepiece will be a large-scale multimedia exhibit. In the ‘Developing the Far East!’ pavilion, we will showcase the unique potential offered by the Far East’s natural resources, as well as master plans for future urban development and spectacular travel routes. Visitors will also be able to try food produced under the Hectare in the Far East programme. 

We look forward to seeing you again at the EEF!

Nikolay Zapryagaev

General Director, Russian Far East and Arctic Development Corporation

About pavilion

Visitors to the FEDC pavilion on ‘Far East Street’ exhibition can learn about the region’s wide range of natural resources and the unique opportunities it offers to those living, investing or traveling in the region. There will be multimedia modules on subjects including new approaches to town-planning, tourism, agriculture, fishing, mining and forestry resources. As in previous years, the pavilion’s visitors can ask staff about allocation of free land plots as part of the Hectare in the Far East or Hectare in the Arctic programmes, taste food and drink produced by programme participants and learn about available digital services and state support mechanisms for projects.