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ATOMEXPO-2024 Forum will take place on March, 25-26 in Sochi

Communications Department of ROSATOM, PUBLISHED 11.01.2024

ATOMEXPO-2024 International Forum, one of the key congress and exhibition events in the global nuclear industry, will take place on March, 25-26, in Sochi (in Sirius Science and Art Park, Sirius Federal Territory).

The Forum will unite managers of government agencies, the major vendors and companies of the global nuclear industry, public organizations and international experts. The representatives of the authorities, the leading experts and specialists from Russia, Belarus and a wide range of foreign countries have already confirmed their participation in the Forum.

The key topic of the Forum in 2024 is defined as "Clean Energy: Creating the Future Together". It is planned to discuss the role of nuclear power engineering in the national strategies for climate change combating. A plenary meeting as well as topical roundtable discussions and panel discussions with the involvement of a wide range of committed participants from various countries and international companies will take place within the framework of the Forum.

It is expected that multiple business meetings will be held at the Forum, and significant partnership agreements will be signed.

The exhibition display will be presented to visitors of the Forum where the leading companies of the Russian and global nuclear industry as well as the related sectors will demonstrate their technologies and competences.

Topics: Russia

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