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Forum ATOMEXPO-2024 became a record-breaking event in number of participating countries and signed agreements

Press service of Atomexpo JSC, PUBLISHED 29.03.2024

On March 26, 2024, the two-day International Forum ATOMEXPO-2024, one of the largest events in the global nuclear industry, completed its work at the Sirius University of Science and Technology (Sirius Federal Territory, Sochi). The exhibition area of the forum exceeded 25.5 thousand square meters, with more than 200 participating companies presenting their expositions.

The Forum, which became the 13th one, set a record in terms of the number of participants - about 4,500 from 75 countries (ten greater than in 2022). The event was honored by the presence of representatives of business, government agencies, and international organizations.

The forum platform brought together many high-profile guests. The sessions and round tables were attended by: Mikhail Chudakov, Head of the IAEA Nuclear Energy Department, Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for Digital and Technology Development, Peter Szijjarto, Minister of Foreign Economic Relations and Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Alparslan Bayraktar, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkiye, Sama Bilbao y Leon, President of the World Nuclear Association (WNA), Viktor Karankevich, Minister of Energy of the Republic of Belarus, Danica Grujicic, Minister of Health of the Republic of Serbia, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Chairperson of the Board and CEO of DP World, Loiso Tyabashe, CEO of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation Group, Meirzhan Yusupov, Chairperson of the Board of NAC Kazatomprom JSC, and many others.

The relevance of ATOMEXPO as a platform for discussing strategic initiatives and strengthening international relations was confirmed by a record number of 75 participating countries. Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, and Iraq participated in the Forum for the first time.

Topics: Russia

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