KAZAN, April 6 – RIA Novosti. The international economic summit “Russia-Islamic World: Kazansummit” this year will be held in a hybrid format – online and offline, Tatarstan Investment Development Agency (AID) head Taliya Minullina said on Tuesday.
In 2020, the Russia-Islamic World: Kazansummit summit was first postponed and then canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. and offline, “Minullina told reporters.
Offline events of the summit will take place on the territory of the Kazan Expo International Exhibition Center. All events, as Minullina emphasized, will be held in strict compliance with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor.
Among the innovations of the current Kazansummit, the head of the AIR named the appearance of a machine-building forum within the framework of the summit. Actively this year, according to her, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation plans to work at the sites of the summit.
The International Economic Summit “Russia-Islamic World: Kazansummit 2021” will take place on July 28-30. According to the organizers, its leitmotif will be conscious consumption and creation, among the key topics of the business program are such traditional issues as Islamic finance and partner banking, the halal industry, youth diplomacy, export development, entrepreneurship and investment. As part of the summit, the traditional exhibition Russia Halal Expo 2021 will take place.
The International Economic Summit of Russia and the countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was first held in Kazan in 2009 and during this time has become the main platform for economic interaction between Russian regions and Islamic states. Kazansummit is supported by the Federation Council of the Russian Federation and the government of Tatarstan. The purpose of the forum is to strengthen trade, economic, scientific, technical, social and cultural ties between Russia and the OIC countries. The event is being held within the framework of the Russia-Islamic World strategic vision group, chaired by the head of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.