22 May 2019

Far East’s Tourism Potential to be Discussed at Field Session of Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok

A field session of the Eastern Economic Forum will take place on 24 May as part of the 5th Pacific Tourist Forum in Vladivostok. The theme of discussion will be ‘5 Million Passengers in 5 years in Vladivostok: What it Means for Development of Business, MICE events, and Tourism in Far East’. 

The participants will talk about developing air transport in the Far East that is one of the growth drivers of tourism flow in the region. 

The event will be attended by Zarina Doguzova, Head of the Federal Tourism Agency; Oleg Kozhemyako, Governor of Primorye Territory; Oh Keo-don, Busan City Mayor (the Republic of Korea); Yekaterina Terenova, General Manager for Asset Management in Russia and CIS, Changi Airports International; Chiang Ching-kuo, Ruili Airlines President (People’s Republic of China); Hiroyuki Yoshida, Director of the International Tourism Department of ANA Airlines (Japan).

The discussion of the Far East’s tourism potential will be continued at the 5th anniversary Eastern Economic Forum that will be held in Vladivostok on 4–6 September. 

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