Dear friends!

The Amur Region is a support point in Russia's Far East. It has rich mineral resources, a long border with China and unique investment projects, such as the largest gas chemical cluster in Russia, a modern civilian cosmodrome, an international bridge across the Amur River, a cross-border cable car and important historical artifacts: Albazin Fortress (Albazinsky Ostrog) and a dinosaur graveyard.

Priamuriye is an agricultural region. At present, we prioritize soybean processing. There are already two processing factories of this kind successfully operating in the Region. One more facility, with a capacity of 1,500 tonnes a day, is scheduled for construction. Livestock complexes are also being built and modernized, new greenhouses and poultry enterprises being established. 

In recent years, the Region has been experiencing a fresh start owing to commissioning of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline. This major impetus has influenced entire sectors of the economy, new professions have emerged, cities and villages are changing before our very eyes. 

In April 2021, construction of the second branch of the Baikal–Amur Mainline was launched. It is a logical next step of the reconstruction and modernization of this railway line and the Trans-Siberian Railway. In June 2022, the Russia–China highway bridge across the Amur River opened for freight. A unique cross-border cable car connecting the two countries is being built. There are several more promising international projects – railway bridges in the area of Dzhalinda (Russia) – Mohe (China) and Kani-Kurgan (Russia) – Heihe (China). Due to its favorable geographical position and the turn of the economy to the East, the Region has immense potential for the development of transport infrastructure. 

In the new circumstances, many opportunities are opening up for us, and we will use those to the maximum to create comfortable and safe living conditions for people and make attractive development prospects available for them. 

General information





Largest cities

Belogorsk, Blagoveshchensk, Zeya, Raichikhinsk, Svobodny, Tynda, Shimanovsk

Rivers, lakes

Amur, Bureya, Zeya, Selemzha


Sharply continental with monsoon features. The distinctive features of the regional nature are primarily contrasts: in the north, there are mountains and fast mountain rivers, a harsh and cold climate, permafrost taiga soils, the predominance of flora and fauna of taiga forests; in the south, there are plains and a milder climate with cold winters, but warm and even hot summers, deep rivers with a smooth flow


361.9 thousand km2.


770,1 thousand.

Transport communication

include the Baikal-Amur Mainline, the Trans-Siberian Mainline, and the Amur Highway. The transport network of China can be accessed via the border bridge over the Amur River located near the cities of Blagoveshchensk (Russia) and Heihe (China)

Time zone



The Amur Region has a diversified economy including such industries as agriculture and forestry, mining, manufacturing, production and distribution of electricity, gas, and water, transport, communications, construction, and others

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About the pavilion

The Amur Region is an outpost on the Amur River

The wooden decorations on the pavilion symbolizes the Amur Region’s commitment to its unique local flair and traditions. It is a nod to the original source, which is the classical architecture of Russia, but in a modern, reimagined interpretation. 

Specific images reflect the diversity of the Region's industry and its broad potential, and inspire bold investment ideas.

The first floor features master plans for Tynda, Blagoveshchensk and Svobodny reflecting these cities’ current economic and social indicators, contribution to all the Region’s priority areas, problem points and needs, strategically important facilities, investment projects and their future image following a positive development scenario.

One key element of the exhibition on the first floor of the pavilion is an interactive screen displaying data on key economic sectors: agriculture, gas chemistry, logistics, housing construction, power industry, natural resources, tourism, space industry and national projects. For each industry, the main development indicators up to 2025–2030, planned investment projects, promising sites, support for investors, as well as success stories are showcased.

The second floor is dedicated to the space industry; its exhibition uncovers the history of the Russian Vostochny Cosmodrome and highlights unique future projects and tourist routes in the Region.

Guests can immerse themselves in the ambiance of outer space, disconnected from the real world, and reach for the stars. 

The third floor is a business meeting space and a recreation area with a beautiful view from the windows and balcony. 

The pavilion features the following:

  • Showcase of products sold for export and the Amur Region brand;

  • Exhibition “Works of Craftspeople from the Amur Region” with traditional folk games;

  • Objet d’Art “Mirror Letter A”;

  • Photomosaic “Tiger” and a photo area.

10 facts about Amur region

There are close to

365 sunny days per year in the Amur Region.

Blagoveshchensk is located

at the same latitude as Sochi.

At the beginning of the 20th century, guests of the capital, could hail

a real Chinese rickshaw.

The Amur Region is currently implementing

the world's only cable car connecting two states.

Until the end of the 1980s, the frontier city of Blagoveshchensk

was a restricted area.

In the 19th century, camel caravans on the roads of the region

were a common sight.

The capital of the Amur Region is

the only administrative center of Russia located on the state border.

The Amur Region annually produces

more than 20 tons of gold.

In 1890, the Amur Region was visited by

the writer Anton Chekhov

The Blagoveshchensk Triumphal Arch was built in 1891

in commemoration of the visit of the future emperor Nicholas II.


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