From June 2 to 5 in Russia, the Saint Petersburg Economic Forum takes place. The post-Covid period will be at the heart of the debates, as well as social problems and technological development. The partnership between Paris and Moscow will also be discussed.
On June 2, the traditional Saint Petersburg Economic Forum began, which this year focuses on social problems and technological development as well as the new economic realities generated by the Covid-19 pandemic for the Russian economy and global.
More than a hundred events, some of which can be followed live on RT France, are planned as part of the forum’s business program. The partnership between Paris and Moscow will be discussed during a round table.
The forum, which will end on June 5, will attempt to draw up a “collective assessment of the new global economic reality”. On June 4, Russian President Vladimir Putin will participate in the plenary session of the forum.