Moscow Urban Forum postponed to summer 2021
The Moscow Urban Forum was postponed until the summer of 2021 in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, said Andrei Bochkarev, Moscow Deputy Mayor for Urban Policy and Construction.
“The Moscow Urban Forum is one of the most important world-class industry events held annually in Moscow. Taking into account the current epidemiological situation, we decided to postpone the FFM and the accompanying Urban Health congress to July 2021, ”said Andrei Bochkarev.
The head of the construction complex noted that the FFM will be held from July 1 to 4, 2021. All planned events, presentations and studies will be implemented.
In turn, the head of the Department of Urban Planning Policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin noted that work on the research carried out as part of the Forum will continue.
“The research work continues and is devoted to such important topics as: the health of megacities, their sustainable development, as well as the design of a human-oriented city, and the popularization of urban services. The results of this large-scale work will be ready and presented according to the plan in July 2020”, said Sergey Levkin.
Recall that the Moscow Urban Forum has been held annually since 2011 and has attracted the attention of the international business community. The FFM enables experts in the field of urban planning, architecture and urban studies to establish a dialogue, exchange experiences and gain new knowledge.
Source: Moscow construction complex