Deripaska will miss the economic forum in St. Petersburg
Petersburg International Economic Forum this year will be held from 15 to 18 June. According to Deripaska, he will not be able to attend the event, as he “will have to harvest”
Russian businessman and billionaire Oleg Deripaska announced that the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) will be held without him this year. The entrepreneur published the corresponding video on his Telegram channel.
“This year the St. Petersburg Forum will be held without me. We'll have to harvest, & mdash; says Deripaska in a video with cherry bunches.
The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum will be held on June 15 & 18. Country— Egypt will be the guest of the forum this year, and the main business program of SPIEF will be devoted to the global and Russian economy, the social and technological agenda, and human development. Anton Kobyakov, secretary of the organizing committee for the preparation of the forum, previously reported that the organizers had sent invitations to participants from more than 190 states, 69 countries and territories have confirmed their participation in the forum.
Last year, SPIEF was held from June 2 to 5 and became the first economic forum to be held in person since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The organizers said that SPIEF participants signed more than 800 agreements worth 3.8 trillion rubles. The Forum was attended by more than 13.5 thousand participants from 141 countries.
Against the backdrop of sanctions and a special operation in Ukraine, SPIEF participants asked the organizers to hide some information about themselves, Roscongress told RBC. Five employees of companies participating or considering participation in SPIEF spoke about various options for reducing the amount of information about the participants of the RBC forum. Three of them reported that even the option not to indicate any information on the badges was discussed, however, Roscongress denied the existence of such a possibility in his comment.
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In addition, many companies are abandoning the traditional parties that they used to organize every year. For example, this year there will be no Otkritie bank apartment in St. Petersburg, where popular Russian rock stars usually perform. Sberbank refused the evening reception, and other organizers are thinking about canceling parties, RBC wrote.
At the end of February, after the first packages of Western sanctions, Deripaska this state capitalism, because in the conditions of a “real crisis” we need real crisis managers, not “fantastics with a pack of presentations.” Then the entrepreneur warned that, “as in 2014, it will not be possible to sit out,” the economic policy needs to be changed.
three year crisis. “Multiply the 1998 crisis by at least three,” — Deripaska predicted.
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