«Nevertheless, it is important for the foreign investors and all the investors, as a matter of fact, who come here, to the Far East, not to be. So to speak, postages to stereotypes, and when they make their decisions for them not to think about yesterday, but about the future. Far east is opening great promises for businesses across the board.»
«First and the foremost we are going to promote... Еще high-tech initiatives and knowledge-intensive enterprises, high-quality and high-efficiency jobs, projects that would expand export opportunities of the Far East and all of Russia. Naturally overall demand of all projects is strong environmental standards and these projects should be environmentally friendly.»
Russian President Vladimir Putin offered foreign businessmen to take part in developing Russia's Far East during the meeting at the Eastern Economic Forum's round table in Vladivostok on Tuesday.
Putin mentioned that all the enterprises should be 'environmentally friendly.' Putin also emphasised the priority should be given to 'high-tech initiatives and knowledge-intensive enterprises, high-quality and high-efficiency jobs, projects that would expand export opportunities of the Far East and all of Russia.'
The Eastern Economic Forum, which has been held on an annual basis since 2015, works as a forum to develop political, economic and cultural ties between Russia and the Asia Pacific.
This year's headline guests include the Japanese prime minister, the President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping, the President of Mongolia Haltmagiin Buttulga and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea Lee Nak Yong. The forum is held from 11 to 13 of September in Vladivostok.