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Three thousand delegates from 100 countries came to Yalta International Economic Forum

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Three thousand delegates from 100 countries came to Yalta International Economic Forum


17.04.2019


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Yalta International Economic Forum opened on Wednesday, April 17, TASS reports. Crimea is hosting it for the 5th time. This year, the central theme is Peace. Russia. Crimea. New World Reality. More than 3000 people gathered on the Black Sea coast, representing a hundred countries. The delegates include businessmen, politicians, government officials, members of national and European parliaments. 

Delegations from Belgium, Italy, Germany, Austria have traditionally become guests of the forum. For the first time, representatives from the UK came to Yalta. 

More than 50 thematic sessions are scheduled within the frameworks of the forum. They will cover a variety of economic sectors, ranging from tourism and winemaking, to construction and agriculture. Much attention will be paid to cooperation in the international arena. Separate sessions are devoted to Russian-Chinese interaction, as well as joint work with the countries of Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. 

The leadership of Crimea will discuss the development of cooperation with Syrian delegation. It includes members of the government and business representatives. The work of Yalta International Economic Forum will continue until April 20.

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