The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation has invited representatives from several Indian companies to attend the International Industrial Exhibition INNOPROM 2015, which will be held from July 8-11 in Yekaterinburg.
Gleb Nikitin, Russia's deputy minister of industry and trade, said he also has invited his Indian counterpart to the trade fair, as well as Russian President Vladimir Putin, who recently signed a trade agreement with China.
Organizers have been working hard to promote the event, which will include an awards ceremony for the most innovative ideas.
"As part of the exhibition, we will present machinery, industrial automation, energy, lasers and optics technologies for cities,” Alexei Orlov, first deputy prime minister of Investment and Development, said.
INNOPROM 2014 attracted more than 56,000 participants, including representatives from more than 600 companies in 70 different countries. The number of countries represented at the trade fair has been growing rapidly, with just 32 countries in attendance at INNOPROM 2012.