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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION-FORUM RUSSIA

31 January 2024

In Moscow, on the territory of VDNKh, you can visit the International Exhibition-Forum RUSSIA until 12 April. At the exhibition you can learn about the most important achievements and inventions of our country in industry, energy, transport, construction, science, culture and sports. All 89 regions of Russia became participants of the exhibition. 
NEW WINTER ACTIVITIES IN MOSCOW

17 January 2024

We are pleased to tell you about new winter activities in Moscow. For guests of the city we can offer not only classic tours with visits to such famous places as Red Square, Kremlin, St. Basil Cathedral, Tretyakov Gallery, Novodevichy Monastery and others. In winter there is a unique opportunity to visit a real husky farm and get acquainted with this amazing and friendly breed of dogs. 

POST-PANDEMIC PLANS IN DIFFERENT CITIES

31 January 2024

Moscow: The Head of the Ministry of Health of Russia said that 23-24% of residents of Moscow and the Moscow region already have antibodies to coronavirus infection COVID-19. He also said that the Russian Ministry of Health is preparing to complete clinical trials of a vaccine against coronavirus infection COVID-19. And while Moscow is developing and testing the vaccine against coronavirus, quarantine measures are gradually being relaxed throughout the country.

Kazan: Representatives of Kazan's state theaters say they plan to open in early autumn. Tatar Academic Opera and Ballet Theater starts the season with the premiere of the play “And the Eternal Light will Shine.” The management of the theaters assured that all necessary conditions will be created to protect the health of spectators and employees.

St. Petersburg: Leningrad region, which surrounds Saint-Petersburg, is planning to elaborate new tourist routes and to develop river tourism. As the regional governor said: “Realizing that less crowded forms of recreation are needed, we are actively creating new routes, first of all, eco-trails which will attract individual tourists”.