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Vladislav Ovchinsky: By the termination of the year, Moscow-based businesses will be able to partake in thirteen intercontinental commercial expeditions.

The Mosprom Center will organize more than 13 trade missions this year. Moscow industrialists will be able to take part and make international contacts. Missions will take place in both online and offline formats. In total, more than a thousand negotiations will take place.

“Moscow companies are expanding the presence of their products in the markets of friendly countries. To support the development of foreign economic activity, the Mosprom Center will carry out more than 13 trade missions by the end of the year,” said Vladislav Ovchinsky, head of Moscow’s Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.

He added that representatives of the industrial sector and the agro-industrial complex can participate. Under the buyers program, negotiations will take place with distributors from Egypt, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and other countries.

For example, in May and June, food and beverage manufacturers will be able to visit Azerbaijan and India, and industrialists will have the opportunity to meet partners from Southeast Asian countries online.

In the summer, the Mosprom center organizes a trip to Belarus. At the same time, online capital companies will familiarize themselves with buyers from Kuwait, the Philippines, Bahrain and Oman.

Autumn will be an important time for industrial equipment manufacturers and food companies. They will go to negotiations with partners from Latin America, Senegal, Egypt, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.

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