The 7th Eastern Economic Forum 2022 will take place on 5–8 September 2022 in Vladivostok on the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) campus.

The Eastern Economic Forum is a key international platform for establishing and strengthening ties within the Russian and global investment communities, and for comprehensive expert evaluation of the economic potential of the Russian Far East, the investment opportunities it offers, and business conditions within advanced special economic zones.

The Eastern Economic Forum was established by decree of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in 2015 to support the economic development of Russia’s Far East and to expand international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.

Events at the Forum traditionally took place in the form of panel sessions, roundtables, televised debates, business breakfasts, and business dialogues devoted to Russia’s relationships with various countries.

The Forum business programme includes a number of business dialogues with leading partner countries in the Asia-Pacific region, and with ASEAN, a key integration organization uniting dynamically developing nations in Southeast Asia.

EEF 2021 also saw several exhibitions of various kinds take place.

An exhibition by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic presented the outcomes of recent economic policy measures in the macroregion along with key industries in the economy, investment opportunities, the work and objectives of development institutions, current and future investment projects, and options offered by incentive regimes (advanced special economic zones and the Free Port of Vladivostok).

Exhibition spaces were also allocated to Russian government bodies under the name “Welcome to the Far East!”

The Building Trust Area hosted 17 events held as part of the Creative Business Forum, Innovation Space, the Healthy Life Project, and Innosocium Lab.


Far East Street was one of the central events on the EEF cultural programme. The exhibition, located on Ajax Bay Promenade, featured all 11 regions of the Russian Far East. Together, they showcased their potential and accomplishments in culture, tourism, and the economy. In addition, three federal ministries were featured: the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic.

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