6– 7 September 2017

Vladivostok, Russia


    20 April 2017

    The expert roundtable will begin at 9:30 a.m. on 20 April.

    The law on the ‘Far Eastern hectare’ was adopted 1 May 2016 and allows Russians to receive a hectare of land for free on a one-time basis in each of the nine regions of the Far East.

    The expert roundtable ‘Year of the Far Eastern Hectare Law: Initial Results and Prospects’ will be held in Moscow as part of preparations for the third Eastern Economic Forum.

    A webcast of the roundtable will start on 20 April at 9:30 a.m. (Moscow time) and will be available using the link http://pressmia.ru/pressclub/20170420/951511931.html.

    Discussion topics:

    • Preliminary results of the implementation of the ‘Far Eastern hectare’ programme;
    • Drafting of amendments to the federal law on the ‘Far Eastern hectare’;
    • Work with the ‘Far Eastern hectare’ recipients and the development support measures for business projects;
    • Development of infrastructure for the needs of ‘Far Eastern hectare’ recipients;
    • Modernization of the ‘InFarEast.RF’ information system.

    The roundtable will be attended by Deputy Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East Sergey Kachayev, Deputy General Director of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East Denis Kuzin, Chairman of the Public Council under Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East Sergey Gabestro, and Acting Head of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography Andrey Pridankin.

    Other experts attending the roundtable include: Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee for Federal Structure, Regional Policy, Local Self-Government and the Affairs of the North Alexander Akimov, Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Roszemproekt Union Andrey Guskov, and Lidings Managing Partner Andrey Zelenin.

    The third Eastern Economic Forum will take place in Vladivostok on 6–7 September 2017.