ifep-newsThe first International Forum of Eurasian Partnership (IFEP) that will take place in Yerevan, on October 13-16 is a platform that will provide a permanent communication, discussion and real-time collaboration. The purpose of the event is the transition of the EAEU (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the Russian Federation) into a Smart Region.

The Forum will promote and ensure bilateral and multilateral economic cooperation and multifaceted business transactions between the countries of Eurasian Economic Union, Commonwealth of Independent States, the association of five national economies of Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and others. The challenge is to create a permanent communication, discussion, and real-time collaboration platform that would facilitate the transition of the EAEU into  Smart Region. The Forum is organized by the World Armenian Congress and the Union of Armenians of Russia.

The Forum already has a list of key partners, including the Eurasian Economic Commission, the Government of Armenia, «Athgo» Corporation, Development Foundation of Armenia and others.

The event is highly important for Armenia, and it will be attended by high-level representatives from government and business circles of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), as well as a wide variety of  executives, innovators, entrepreneurs, and other top international business leaders from  the United States, China, South Korea, India, Iran, Georgia and the EU, particularly France, the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy. The Forum will also gather young entrepreneurs and students from the region and other countries.

The Forum will  cover  a wide variety of fields, including natural resources and Smart Mobility.

Forum Objectives

  1. Bring Awareness of the EAEU’s economic potential, including the major economic activities of the member states
  2. Promote major national and regional business and investment opportunities
  3. Identify impact-oriented private-public partnerships and solutions that could thrust smart economy and regional open innovation
  4. Establish substantial bilateral and multilateral business ventures