The 8th Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) is taking place on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University in the Russian city of Vladivostok between 10 and 13 September.
On 11 September, Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Vladivostok, where he is due to take part in the Eastern Economic Forum and hold a number of meetings and conferences.
On Tuesday, Putin is addressing the plenary session of the EEF with Lao Vice-President Pany Yathotou. Before that, Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with Chinese Vice-Premier Zhang Guoqing.
Meetings with heads of foreign delegations will be held on the sidelines of the forum. The program will be concluded with the President’s address with the chairmen of the main sessions of the forum.
“We know well, we see how the global economy has changed in recent years and continues to change, including due to the fact that some countries, primarily Western ones, with their own hands are destroying the system of financial, trade, economic relations, which they themselves created in many ways,” Putin said at the plenary session of the ongoing Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the restriction of payments in dollars prompted all countries to think about payments in national currencies, trust in the West is undermined. Logistics chains for the supply of goods are almost restored today, this is also due to the exchange rate, Putin added.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the situation in the global economy stimulated work in the Far East.
“We started [work on infrastructure development in the Far East] a long time ago, but in recent years, what is happening in the global economy, of course, has stimulated our work in this Far Eastern direction,” Putin said.
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