Investors and government officials discussed Russia’s investment appeal and cooperation opportunities at The Russia Forum: Driving the Future that opened at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
Participants in the forum’s themed session included Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Alexei Besprozvannykh, Head of Mubadala's Russia and CIS Investment Program Faris Al Mazrui, UAE Assistant Minister for Culture and Public Diplomacy
Omar Saif Ghobash, CEO of Tourism.RF Corporation Sergey Sukhanov, VEB.RF Chairman Igor Shuvalov, Ernst & Young CIS Managing Partner Alexander Ivlev, and heads of Russian regions.
During the Qatar Travel Mart 2021 international exhibition for travel and tourism, which opened in Doha, Russian State Corporation Tourism.RF held a presentation highlighting the opportunities offered by large-scale tourism infrastructure development in Russia to investors from Qatar and the rest of the world.More >>
During a working visit to the Irkutsk Region, Tourism.RF Corporation CEO Sergey Sukhanov attended a presentation of the regional center’s tourism investment projects. The presentation was held at the Europe House. Taking part in the meeting were Irkutsk Mayor Ruslan Bolotov, Irkutsk Region Minister for Economic Development Natalya Gershun, Head of the Irkutsk Region Tourism Agency Yekaterina Slivina and representatives of Sberbank’s Baikal Bank, Irkutsk Quarters, En+ companies and tour agencies.More >>
Gorno-Altaysk, 28 June 2021, Tourism.RF press service. Sergey Sukhanov, General Director of the Tourism.RF Corporation, paid a working visit to the Republic of Altai following instructions given after a meeting of the Government Commission for the Development of Tourism in the Russian Federation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.More >>
The Tourism.RF Corporation signed a series of agreements on the development of tourism infrastructure as part of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry National Project. The first partners of the corporation were the companies Krasnaya Polyana, Cosmos Hotel Group and Vasta Discovery. The agreements envision building hotel complexes in six Russian areas: Karelia, the Golden Ring, Ural, Western Siberia, Adygea, and Kamchatka.More >>