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Moscow's achievements in urban environment development to be presented in Cannes

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Moscow's achievements in urban environment development to be presented in Cannes



Zaryadye Park in Moscow can receive the prestigious MIPIM Awards, which will be based on result of MIPIM International Investment Show in Cannes. The exhibition will open on March 12. Winners will be announced two days later. Zaryadye was listed among the nominees of the prize in 2018 and became one of the finalists in connection with the opening of the concert hall in Zaryadye. Moscow will present achievements in the development of urban environment in Cannes, Moscow House of Compatriots reports. 


Deputy Mayor of the Government of Moscow for Urban Development and Construction Marat Khusnullin will head the representative delegation from Russian capital. Moscow speakers will present the implementation of the renovation program, innovative approaches to integrated urban planning, new developments in field of environmental development, planning for the city of the future and the development of a sports cluster in Moscow. 

The MIPIM exhibition is considered one of the most representative in the world in its segment. This year it will be held for the 13th time. Every year tens of thousands of professionals from all over the world come to Cannes to discuss the problem of urban environment formation in modern megacities. Projects and experience in redevelopment of abandoned factory areas will be of the main themes of the 2019 exhibition. 

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