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Over 600 international companies participates in Atomexpo-2017

By Syed Shukur Ali Shuvo from Russia

MOSCOW, June 19, 2017 (BSS) - Representatives of more than 600 companies from 62 countries are participating in the IX International Atomexpo-2017 Forum, being held here on June 19-21, at the Gostiny Dvor Exhibition Center.

Main theme of the expo this year is "Atomic technologies - safety, ecology, stability". On this occasion, 16 roundtables will be held, where 210 experts will make speeches.

Atomexpo International Forum is the largest exhibition venue for meetings and negotiations of world leaders in nuclear energy. From 2009, with the initiative of the State Corporation Rosatom annually held forum has become the largest international exhibition platform.

Leaders and representatives of the world's leading nuclear power companies as well as experts will discuss the current situation of the nuclear industry and its further development during three day global exhibition.

The programme includes panel discussions, round tables, presentation of new projects. Alongside,extensive exhibition of Russian and foreign enterprises of the nuclear industry and related industries.

Besides, 100 leading companies of nuclear energy and related industries will demonstrate their high-tech solutions and products.

Representatives of the Sudan, Congo, Ethiopia and Colombia are participating for the first time.

Companies from Korea, Turkey, Slovakia, and Italy are expecting to attract attention of the visitors.