YALTA (QHA) - International leaders and experts will gather at the IV Black Sea Economic Forum to discuss priorities of the Black Sea region development, reports Interfax-Ukraine.
24-25th October, 2013 the IV International Black Sea Economic Forum, organized by the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, will take place in the Livadia Palace in Yalta.
This year main attention will be given to the discussion of macroeconomic perspectives and breakthrough growth areas of Black Sea countries, search of viable models for attracting investments and boosting agricultural production, infrastructure development and also spurring growth in tourism and MICE sectors.
"Being held for the fourth time in Crimea the Black Sea Economic Forum has already established itself as one of the most outstanding events in the Black Sea region" - said the Head of the Council of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Anatoliy Mogilev.
As reported earlier, the International Black Sea Economic Forum is an annual platform for dialogue between the leading government and business stakeholders, international experts and media to discuss economic growth and cooperation within the Black Sea region.
The Forum attracted more than 700 participants from 30 countries in three years. In 2012 forum brought together over 200 state officials, experts and business leaders from 21 countries.