The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic, Rostourism, the Government of the Kamchatka Region, and the «Three Volcanoes Park» signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
Sergey Tyrtsev, First Deputy Minister for Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic; Zarina Doguzova, head of Rostourism; Vladimir Ilyukhin, Governor of the Kamchatka region; and Sergey Bachin, Chairman of the Board of the «Three Volcanoes Park», signed the strategic cooperation agreement at the Eastern Economic Forum in order to launch an investment project to create a world-class resort and accessible-to-all recreation infrastructure around the Mutnovsky, Vilyuchinsky and Gorely volcanoes of the Three Volcanoes Park.More Topics "Three Volcanoes" Park
Forbes Russia released its first ranking of Top-20 charities owned by Russian wealthiest businesspersons.More Topics Charity
Researchers compared the 300 most affluent business people and upper-level managers in the largest companies in Russia, both state-owned and private. The ranking was compiled based on the number of mentions in Russia’s main media outlets between January 1 and December 31, 2016; additionally, researchers analyzed print material from 100 leading foreign newspapers and magazines. Both Forbes and the readers selected Vladimir Potanin as an Entrepreneur with a track record of achievement in large-scale projects that benefit society.More Topics Charity
The “KOLLEKTSIA! CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE URSS AND RUSSIA 1950-2000. A MAJOR DONATION” exhibition opened at the Pompidou Center on September 13, 2016. A collection of Russian art of the second half of the20th century, unprecedented in scope, was initiated by and assembled with the active participation of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation, and in close cooperation with philanthropists, art collectors, and artists. Under a joint project of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation and the Pompidou Center, the Center became the owner of one of the best collections of Russian and Soviet modern art for the period from 1950 to 2000.More Topics Charity